Although time is running out on enacting a marriage-equality bill in New Jersey before Gov. Jon Corzine leaves office on Jan. 19, the measure still has a chance of passage, according to Democrat Reed Gusciora, the deputy majority leader of the Assembly and the Garden State's only out lawmaker. "It still has a shot because New Jersey, at the end of the day, is a fairly progressive state," Gusciora said.

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