A New Jersey appeals court has affirmed the state’s right to a phase-in period before it accepts joint returns from same-sex couples under New Jersey’s Civil Union Act.

The Appellate Division on Thursday rejected a constitutional challenge by two women who said their 2003 Canadian marriage entitled them to full parity with heterosexual married couples — including the right to file a joint return — as of Oct. 25, 2006.

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