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Lambertville Mayor Dave DelVecchio officiates a marriage ceremony for Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey
Lambertville Mayor Dave DelVecchio officiates a marriage ceremony for Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Questions, Answers Remain On Gay Marriage In NJ

Gay marriage is now legal in New Jersey, but questions linger about some of the details.

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President Barack Obama with Governor Chris Christie in Asbury Park
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Will Dropping Gay Marriage Appeal Hurt Christie in 2016? [POLL/AUDIO]

Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie withdrew his appeal in the gay marriage lawsuit.

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Supporters of same-sex marriage wave equality flags. (Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)
Supporters of same-sex marriage wave equality flags. (Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)
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NJ’s Gay Marriage Story Not Yet Finished [AUDIO]

They say it ain't over 'til it's over, and despite Gov. Chris Christie's decision to drop an appeal in a lawsuit, the gay marriage saga in New Jersey isn't quite over yet.

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NJ Voters Agree With Christie’s Decision to Drop Gay Marriage Appeal

A solid majority of Garden State residents agree with the Christie Administration’s decision to drop its appeal in the same-sex marriage lawsuit today. According to a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll support for legalizing same-sex marriage in New Jersey now stands at 61 percent, versus 27 percent who oppose and 12 percent who aren’t sure.

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Lambertville Mayor Dave DelVecchio officiates a marriage ceremony for Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey
Lambertville Mayor Dave DelVecchio officiates a marriage ceremony for Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie Administration Withdraws Appeal Of Gay Marriage Ruling [POLL]

The Christie administration is withdrawing its appeal of a ruling allowing gay marriage in New Jersey.

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NJ Assembly Democrats / Getty Images
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Assemblyman To Christie: Drop The Gay Marriage Lawsuit [POLL/AUDIO]

Triumphant gay couples are marrying throughout New Jersey today.

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Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey after being married in Lambertville in one of New Jersey's first gay marriages
Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey after being married in Lambertville in one of New Jersey's first gay marriages (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gay Marriage Begins In New Jersey [POLL/AUDIO]

Gay marriage is now legal in the Garden State, after the New Jersey Supreme Court refused at the end of last week to delay a lower court ruling giving the go-ahead for same sex couples to legally tie the knot.

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Alexander Padilla and Anthony Arenas hug each other after being married by Newark Mayor and newly-elected U.S. Senator Cory Booker at City Hall
Alexander Padilla and Anthony Arenas hug each other after being married by Newark Mayor and newly-elected U.S. Senator Cory Booker at City Hall (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
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With Celebrations, NJ Has 1st Gay Marriages

Gay couples in a handful of New Jersey communities exchanged marriage vows in the first minutes of Monday morning, becoming the first to take advantage of a court ruling that forced the state to become the 14th in the nation to recognize same-sex nuptials.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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NJ Gay Couple Plaintiffs Can’t Get Marriage License

Two plaintiffs in the lawsuit that brought same-sex marriage to New Jersey say they have not been able to get a license to wed.

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Rally celebrating state Supreme Court decision upholding gay marriage in NJ
Rally celebrating state Supreme Court decision upholding gay marriage in NJ (WCBS TV)
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Who Will Be New Jersey’s First Legally Married Gay Couple? [VIDEO]

The couple who filed suit against New Jersey to legalize gay marriage will likely be the first legally married gay couple in New Jersey.

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