In another effort to bring marriage equality to the Garden State, Lambda Legal filed a motion Thursday with the New Jersey supreme court.
The legal advocacy group is hoping the court will rule that gay couples can legally wed in the state. The state supreme court ruled four years ago that gay couples are entitled to the same rights as heterosexual couples. The decision on how to provide those equal rights was left to the state legislature, which chose civil unions over marriage equality.
"We are here today to ask the New Jersey supreme court to make equality real," said Lambda's deputy legal director, Hayley Gorenberg, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.