NEW JERSEY (1010 WINS) -- It has been a week since the New York senate voted against a same-sex marriage bill, and now it is New Jersey's turn.
CBS reports that a committee in New Jersey is expected to vote this Monday on a same-sex marriage bill.
NJ State Senator Ray Lesniak, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says the bill is scheduled to go before that committee on Monday and will be voted on by the full Senate next Thursday.
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