As of midnight on October 21, same-sex marriage became legal in New Jersey, following a judge's ruling that not granting licenses to gay couples violated the state's equal protection laws. City halls across the state began officiating marriage ceremony's as of 12:01. This makes New Jersey the 14th state to allow same-sex couples to marry, despite Governor Chris Christie's objections.
Newark mayor, and Senator-elect, Corey Booker was on hand to perform ceremonies.
The first wedding in Lambertville, NJ.
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