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02/13/2012

NJ Senate passes marriage bill; still need to bypass anti-marriage Chris

by Jeremy Hooper

They needed 21, they got 24:

New Jersey senate passes marriage bill in 24-16 vote [Wash Blade]

Although ultimately, to override Gov. Christie's promised veto, both the Senate and the yet-to-pass Assembly will need a 2/3 majority (which means 27 votes in the Senate). Here's hoping that will come to be. Or, better yet: Gov. Christie will have a "Eureka!" moment about history's right side and the much more favorable light that comes with.

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