Marriage loss prompts N.J. group to stop giving to political parties

02/9/2010 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Garden State Equality, following the defeat of a marriage-equality bill in the Legislature, has decided it will not support political parties and is urging its 65,000 members to follow its lead. "No longer will we let any political party take our money and volunteers with one hand, and slap us in the face with the other when we seek full equality," said Steven Goldstein, the group's chairman. However, the group still may give to candidates, according to this article.

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