Republican governor Chris Christie filed an emergency appeal with the New Jersey Supreme Court Thursday, asking the court to delay the start of marriage equality until his appeal in an ongoing state court challenge is resolved. If the Supreme Court denies Christie's request, same-sex marriages could begin October 21.
N.J. state senator Barbara Buono, Chris Christie's gubernatorial opponent, told the governor that her daughter 'is not a political agenda' during a Tuesday debate.
The N.J. governor told the customer that marriage equality is not a human rights issue and reiterated his stance that voters should decide.
Two religions offer two views of sin.
Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Sims wrote a Facebook status update in response to governor Tom Corbett's interview on Friday, in which the Republican governor compared same-sex marriage to incest.
A new ad for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's Democratic opponent, Barbara Buono, doubles as an endorsement for marriage equality.
Meanwhile, a state official said that extending marriage benefits to same-sex couples was like 'giving money to people's pets.'