Friday, November 18, 2011

Garden state equality

The court tussle over homosexual unions continues in New Jersey, as a Superior Court judge has agreed to hear from activists who are trying to enact gay marriage. Civil unions are legal for same-gender pairs in New Jersey, but Garden State Equality argued earlier this month that that is not good enough, as gays and lesbians  should have the right to marry. And rightly so!

Garden State Equality claims that denying the right to marriage violates both the U.S. and the state constitution, which of course is true. Hopefully they'll win!

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