New Jersey Democrats Still Hopeful Toeivah Marriage Bill Will Pass


trentonDemocratic leaders say they remain hopeful a toeivah marriage bill will get through the New Jersey Legislature. The bill’s sponsors abruptly pulled the measure from a vote in the Senate rather than see it┬ádefeated today.

Gov. Jon Corzine says the delay allows more time for debate. Corzine says he remains confident the legislation will “get to a positive conclusion” before he leaves office in January.

Corzine has said he would sign a toeivah marriage law. Gov.-elect Chris Christie would veto it.

Outgoing Senate President Dick Codey says he’s disappointed today’s debate was postponed.

New Jersey Family Policy Council president Len Deo says the delay shows that toeivah rights advocates are diminished.

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  1. Let’s not rest on our laurels. Almighty God has answered the prayers of His

    Keep sending those liberal politicians a message that they won’t have
    a job in Trenton if they continue to show
    disrespect to the moral majority of the electorate.

    May God bless the activists
    who protest same-gender union legislation
    thereby standing up for normal traditional
    family values.