New Jersey's Christie Pledges Gay Marriage Veto on Jan. 24

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Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, speaks about efforts so legalize same-sex marriage in the state. Christie, speaking at a town hall meeting in Bridgewater, says he'll veto a same-sex marriage bill even as Democrats in the Legislature say they have enough votes to pass it. Eric Wolff and his partner Robb Sewell also appear. Wolff and Sewell are New Jersey residents who were married in Massachusetts. They are only covered by civil union law in New Jersey. (Source: Bloomberg)

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