TRENTON, N.J. — S1/A1, for “Senate No. 1” and “Assembly No. 1,” a bill allowing same-sex “marriage” in New Jersey is a “top priority” for New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney and his fellow Democrats in both the Senate and Assembly. However, Gov. Chris Christie has promised to veto any same-sex “marriage” bill and the bill is unlikely to gain enough votes to override the Governor’s veto.
For a detailed article in NJ Civil Union see the full article: Proposed New Jersey Law Seeks to Replace Civil Unions with Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ | National Catholic Register.
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