A little more than one year after same-sex couples gained the right to marry in New Jersey, with thousands of couples having tied the knot, the right has yet to be codified by statute and remains predicated on a trial court ruling.

Legislative efforts are under way to end the availability of civil unions but there is a split of opinion on whether existing ones should automatically be converted into marriages.

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