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Hearings on Marriage Equality Bill Begin in New Jersey Senate


Hearings on a marriage equality bill before NJ's Senate Judiciary Committee are set to begin at 11 am. According to Twitter user Brian Thompson, who shot the photo above, there's an overflow crowd.

You can listen in HERE once the feed begins.

A Quinnipiac poll released last week showed that for the first time ever more than 50 percent of New Jersey voters support same-sex marriage. Republican Governor Chris Christie, who yesterday appointed an openly gay man to the NJ Supreme Court and has previously said he'll veto a marriage equality bill if it came to his desk, now says 'we'll see what happens...'.

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  1. I think it will pass this time around and I wouldn't be surprised if Christie actually signs it into law. Let's hope that plays out.

    Posted by: Robert in NYC | Jan 24, 2012 12:26:12 PM

  2. Wow. Listening to these religions fracks is disturbing. I want to jump on a train and go over to New Jersey for the first time in my life to give them a piece of my mind. They have sat and listened to the inequalities of people in Civil Unions and then have the audacity to say that people in Civil Unions have the same protections. Ugh.

    The woman who called out the Rabi's saying that the Jewish community is not all represented by their views, LOVE YOU GIRL! As a Jewish gay male I am with you and have found a lot of support in my community.

    Posted by: Opinionated | Jan 24, 2012 1:13:04 PM

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