TRENTON, N.J. — Gov.
Chris Christie has followed through on his promise to reject a bill
allowing same-sex marriage in New Jersey by quickly vetoing the measure
Friday and renewing his call for a ballot question to decide the issue.
The veto came a day after the state Assembly passed the bill. The
state Senate had passed it on Monday. Christie, a Republican who opposes
same-sex marriage, had vowed "very swift action" once the measure
reached his desk.
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