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Indisputably, change is a constant force that ceaselessly shapes us as a society: Change makes the tides rise and the leaves turn color; Change brings life into the world and it takes life away. It freed the slaves in our country and gave women the right to vote. And, pretty soon, change will bring marriage equality to all couples.
Robt Seda-Schreiber, a middle school teacher in East Windsor, New Jersey and his students are performing a one-act play dealing with bullying and acceptance of diversity.
In addition to the recent "Bridgegate," he vetoed a bill today that would have allowed transgender residents of New Jersey to receive updated birth certificates accurately reflecting their gender identity, rather than their assigned gender.
New Jersey lawmakers are now deciding what needs to be done to pass a law reinforcing the trial court's decision on marriage equality.
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GLAAD and Google+ will be hosting a Hangout this week to discuss the recent win for marriage equality in New Jersey and what it means for the LGBT movement.
Couples in New Jersey have been celebrating the arrival of marriage equality and the end of Governor Chris Christie's challenge to the cause.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has said the state will start issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, with the first marriages on Monday, even before the court issues a definitive ruling. Even Senator-elect Corey Booker has said that he will officiate at weddings on Monday.
New Jersey is moving forward with a September 27th court ruling that will allow same-sex couples to marry, after the New Jersey Superior Court today denied the State's motion to stay the ruling.