Supreme Court Of New Jersey Repudiates A Request From 6 Homosexual Twosomes

July 27th, 2010 - 4:34 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

Washington, July 27, 2010 (Just Flashed): The Supreme Court (SC) of New Jersey has turned down a request from six same-sex duos. These same-sex twosomes had desired that the SC of New Jersey hear their plea, which stated that they were on the lookout for the right to wed. The SC of New Jersey has asserted that their case has to journey initially on the route via the subordinate courthouses.

Homosexual pairs fruitlessly took the state of New Jersey to court four years ago over the issue of the right to walk down the aisle. These homosexual pairs have deemed that the state has wriggled out of its obligation by constructing the concept of civil unions. The gay couples have voiced that the state has refused to comply with a directive of the courthouse to accord the same standing to homosexual pairs, who desire to get hitched, as the standing bequeathed to heterosexual couples.

The SC of New Jersey on Monday elucidated that it cannot reflect on whether the law of civil unions supplies equivalent rights to homosexual couples until there is a trial record. The justices were divided 3-3. The score was one vote less than the four required for the proposition to be approved.

– Just Flashed News Service

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