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Founder & Longtime Head to Leave N.J.’s Garden State Equality

By Jason St. Amand | Friday Jan 4, 2013
Steve Goldstein, a leading gay rights activist, announced that he would be leaving as the chair of the prominent LGBT rights organization, Garden State Equality, at the end of the month, to take a job at Rutgers University.

News Analysis: Evaluating the Next Marriage Equality States

By Steve Weinstein | Thursday Nov 15, 2012
In the wake of the stunning Nov. 6 victory, marriage equality advocates are setting their sites on Illinois, Rhode Island, Delaware and New Jersey.

Census: Number of Same-Sex Couples in N.J. Increased 45 Percent Over Last Decade

By Louis Finley | Wednesday Aug 24, 2011
Census statistics indicates the number of same-sex couples in New Jersey has increased 45 percent over the last decade, but Garden State Equality maintains these numbers are significantly higher.

NJ activists prepare to battle for marriage in court

By Matthew E. Pilecki | Thursday Jan 28, 2010
Less than a month after New Jersey lawmakers struck down a bill that would have allowed nuptials for same-sex couples, marriage activists continue to prepare to take their battle to court.

NJ lawmakers defeat marriage bill

By Michael K. Lavers | Thursday Jan 7, 2010
The New Jersey State Senate voted this afternoon 14-20 against a bill that would have allowed gays and lesbians to marry.

A Passionate Pain for Equality

By Kilian Melloy | Monday Jan 4, 2010
Garden State Equality’s Steve Goldstein is hardly a shrinking violet: in fact, some find him to be too obstreperous. But that may be just what our case for equality needs.
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