Panel: NJ should OK same-sex marriages
Posted on December 10, 2008
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New Jersey should enact a law allowing gay marriage and waste no time passing it because the state’s civil unions law fails to adequately protect same-sex couples, a report to be released today concludes.
The final report of the New Jersey Civil Union Review Commission says it gathered “overwhelming evidence” that the civil union law not only fails to provide the same protections as marriage, it also has created economic, medical and emotional hardships for gay couples.
See Panel: NJ should OK same-sex marriages The Star-Ledger – NJ.com
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