A new study shows New Jersey voters think gay marriage issue should be placed on the Ballot in November even if their support grows in favor of the law.
A new bill to pass gay marriage will be launched in New Jersey.
New Jersey is on the right track to become the second state, after California, to ban therapies for minors known as "reparative" or "ex-gay". The question which arises from now on is to know if Governor Chris Christie, in case the legislators approve the ban, will veto the law as he previously did for marriage equality.
According to a new poll, voters of New Jersey want a referendum on gay marriage.
As he had announced, the Governor vetoes the law allowing gay marriage in New Jersey.