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Log Cabin Republicans to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie: Support the Freedom to Marry

News release from Log Cabin Republicans:

(Washington, DC) - Log Cabin Republicans call upon New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to sign the civil marriage bill passed by the state legislature with bipartisan support.

"New Jersey's elected lawmakers have engaged in a long and respectful debate, and with bipartisan support have voted in favor of the freedom to marry. Log Cabin Republicans now call upon Governor Chris Christie to ensure liberty for all New Jersey residents by allowing that bill to become law," said R. Clarke Cooper, Log Cabin Republicans Executive Director. "Despite the governor's promised veto, New Jersey Republican lawmakers like Senators Jennifer Beck and Diane Allen voted for the freedom to marry, representing the best conservative values.  New Jersey has debated this issue long enough, and with the real and pressing challenges facing our nation there is no need to subject the Garden State to a divisive and costly ballot measure. The legislature has done its job in Trenton. Governor Christie, be the leader Republicans know you to be. Choose to be on the right side of history. Please sign this bill."

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