N.J. court case will test impact of DOMA ruling

08/13/2013 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

A court case in New Jersey will provide clues regarding how the Supreme Court's recent ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act will affect states that recognize civil unions but not marriages involving same-sex couples, advocates say. The case involves six same-sex spouses who say that the state's civil union law does not provide equal rights for same-sex couples. Observers expect the ruling to be appealed, regardless of the outcome.

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