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Governor Christie's decision to veto the same sex marriage bill in New Jersey didn't come as a surprise to anyone everyone -- in the legislature -- -- -- And the Democrats actually had 41 votes.
Republican position was this was a major change in in any institution the Vito came a day after the state assembly passed the bill.
Four days after the senate also passed the same measure.
-- Governor Christie renewed his call for a ballot question to decide the issue.
Something Democrat assembly speaker Sheila Oliver sharply disagrees -- I am vehemently opposed to putting it on a ballot so the question is what's next for the same sex marriage legislation.
The legislature has until January.
To over Iraq.
And I think that that is what the legislature will look towards utilizing the next two years to identify enough support to override that -- The Democrats say they -- -- two years to actually have an override -- veto I don't think that's possible I think the thing that Democrats should do with the Republicans.
Let the people vote on the change in this institution of marriage is it was -- I think you did legislature should control want to thank the people -- Mean it's that I don't think it's something to vote on.
Because they civil rights were voted on -- -- -- very well obviously.
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