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Gay marriage may come to New Jersey, without the ballot

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December 8, 2009

Same-sex marriage proponents may see a law passed before Christmas that would see the legalization of gay marriage during a “lame duck session” this month. This means voters in New Jersey will not be able to vote on the issue. According to reports, 31 states have seen the same-sex question appear on the ballot, with all 31 states voting the issue down.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will be watched with interest because the 13 member panel is a major obstacle for the bill to pass.[1]

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