Wednesday, October 25, 2006

New Jersey Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Marriage Equality (for the most part)

Finally, some good news on our battle for equal rights.

However, don't expect same-sex nuptials in the Garden State tomorrow. The NJ Supremes are giving the state legislature 180 days to either change the state marriage laws to allow same-sex marriages, or alter the current domestic partnership laws to allow gay and lesbian couples ALL THE SAME BENEFITS as heterosexual married couples...
Basically whaever name they end up calling it, it's nonetheless marriage equality. Scott in NJ has more analysis on this developing story on Daily Kos:

Also, The New York Times just posted a story on this:

Check back here for further updates.

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