Several months ago, a law blocking "reparatives" therapies was approved and signed by the Governor Jerry Brown in California. Two anti-gay groups then tried to overturned it (Pacific Justice Institute and Liberty Counsel). The pacific institute is for the moment successful because Monday, a federal judge blocked this law.
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.