As promised, the Christie administration moved quickly Tuesday to try to stop same-sex marriages from happening in New Jersey later this month, asking a Superior Court judge to put her decision on hold until an appeal is decided, ultimately by the state Supreme Court.
Judge Mary Jacobson of Mercer County last Friday ordered New Jersey to begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples on October 21.
A plaintiff in the case agreed that the case should go directly to the state Supreme Court, because of its importance, but said the state did not give a good enough reason to delay the order in the meantime.Read more at NJSpotlight.com
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