Democratic lawmakers acknowledge that legalizing same-sex marriage in
New Jersey will be a fight - even with the strong support of Senate
President Stephen Sweeney (D., Gloucester), who abstained when the issue
last came before the Legislature two years ago.
Gov. Christie, a
Republican, has said he opposes gay marriage and could veto the bill
even if it passes both Democratically controlled chambers.
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