Same-sex weddings can begin pending appeal, N.J. Supreme Court rules |

Same-sex marriages can begin Monday in New Jersey on a provisional basis, the state Supreme Court ruled today.

The court will not make a final ruling on same-sex marriage rights until next year. But in the meantime, it upheld an order by a trial judge allowing civil marriages for gay couples to start Monday.

NJ judge rules state must allow gay couples to marry in light of US Supreme Court ruling – The Washington Post

New Jersey might become the 14th State to allow gay marriage. Let’s hope Gov Christie doesn’t appeal this.

Update: NJ Governor, Chris Christie, has decided to appeal the decision.