N.J. Falling Behind Other States With Dearth of Gay Federal Judges

, New Jersey Law Journal

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New Jersey, which has long been at the forefront in terms of extending legal protections to gays and lesbians, now has fallen behind in one important gay-inclusiveness indicator: openly gay federal judges have been confirmed or nominated in eight other states, but not here.

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Originally appeared in print as N.J. Falling Behind Other States With Dearth of Gay Federal Judges

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  • Richard Posner

    Is this article some sort of a joke?

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