If you were to write your New Jersey legislator, what would you say?

    On Friday evening, Governor Chris Christie vetoed a same-sex marriage bill in New Jersey that had only just been passed through the Assembly the evening before and the Senate earlier in the week.

    Christie, upon vetoing the bill, renewed his message of ensuring an issue of this importance should be left to the people of New Jersey to decide.

    If you were to write your legislator, what would you say when it comes to same-sex marriage in New Jersey?Tell us in the comments below.

    In a statement obtained by the Associated Press, Christie said “I continue to encourage the Legislature to trust the people of New Jersey and seek their input by allowing our citizens to vote on a question that represents a profoundly significant societal change. This is the only path to amend our State Constitution and the best way to resolve the issue of same-sex marriage in our state.”

    If you were to write your legislator, what would you say when it comes to same-sex marriage in New Jersey?

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