Some blame N.J.'s marriage troubles on leader's "intensity"

12/15/2009 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Some New Jersey lawmakers say the hard-charging tactics of Garden State Equality leader Steven Goldstein are partly to blame for a marriage-equality bill failing to get a floor vote in the state Senate. Others defend Goldstein, who in just four years has attracted some 55,000 members to the group, opened four offices and enlisted a cadre of committed volunteers.

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