Marriage fight in N.J. could shift to courts after Senate loss

Marriage backers in New Jersey, following the 20-14 defeat of a marriage bill in the state Senate, are vowing to take the issue back to court. Steven Goldstein, chairman of Garden State Equality, said marriage -- not the current civil-unions law -- is the only way for New Jersey to fulfill a court mandate to treat all couples equally.

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