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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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NJ Gay Marriage Advocate Irked By Uncertainty

Unless the New Jersey Supreme Court grants the Christie Administration’s motion for a stay, the state will have to comply with Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson’s order that same-sex marriages should be permitted in the Garden State starting Oct. 21. Assemblyman Reed Gusciora wants clarification now on whether gay couples can or can't apply for marriage licenses today.

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Asbury Park Begins Issuing Gay Marriage Licenses

At least one New Jersey town began issuing marriage licenses to gay couples Thursday to comply with a court order to allow same-sex marriages starting Monday.

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Gay Rights Supporters March On Washington For Equality And Marriage Rights
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Same-Sex Marriage Questions Remain in New Jersey

One week ago, a judge denied the Christie Administration's motion to delay the start of same-sex marriage in New Jersey. The Administration appealed the same day, but if a stay isn't granted the state must start to allow gay couples to marry on Oct. 21. Exactly when the first marriage of a same-sex couple can actually take place is still uncertain.

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Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: What Does it Mean? [AUDIO]

A New Jersey judge has turned down a request by the Christie administration to delay a ruling that allows same-sex couples to marry starting on Oct. 21, but that won't stop the legal wrangling over the issue.

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Same-Sex Marriages to Start Oct. 21 in NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

A judge on Thursday denied the Christie administration's motion to delay the start of same-sex marriage in New Jersey. The administration has appealed, but if a stay isn't granted, gay couples can apply for a marriage license starting Oct. 21, and in some cases get married.

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NJ Makes Final Case to Delay Same-Sex Marriages

The Christie administration has made its final case for why a judge should put on hold a ruling that would legalize gay marriage effective Oct. 21.

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Groups Wants NJ Voters to Decide Same-Sex Marriage [AUDIO]

A new group calling itself the "New Jersey Coalition to Preserve and Protect Marriage" feels marriage is, and should always be the union of one man and one woman. Members think if anyone is to decide the issue of same-sex marriage it should be the voters of the Garden State.

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New Group Defends Traditional Marriage in NJ

The newly formed “New Jersey Coalition to Preserve and Protect Marriage” believe marriage should be the union of one man and one woman. Members feel the voters should decide the issue.

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NJ Gay Marriage Advocates Plot Next Moves

Late Friday afternoon, a Mercer County judge ruled that gay couples must be allowed to legally marry in the Garden State beginning Oct. 21. The Christie Administration has vowed to appeal the decision. Today, top Democrats in the State Senate are explaining what happens next.

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