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

, New Jersey Law Journal


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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