Thursday, October 10, 2013

Keep Evolving, New Jersey!

Looks like the limited monogamous same-gender freedom to marry is coming to New Jersey on October 21! A ruling made on September 27 was not stayed by a court. So, congrats to all of our LGBT friends in NJ who will now be free to marry in their home state.

Along with Rhode Island, New Jersey currently has the most potential to keep evolving towards full marriage equality under the law, which is vital because no adult should be denied her or his fundamental right to marry the person or persons she or he loves.
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