Last month, New Jersey began allowing same-sex marriages, becoming the fourteenth state to do so. Although the 2016-minded Gov. Chris Christie remains opposed to the measure, New Jersey’s adoption of marriage equality represents the growth of nationwide approval for it, even in religious communities. Meredith Greenberg, the cantor at a leading New Jersey synagogue and an openly gay woman who recently married her long-time partner under the new law, is on State of Belief to discuss the significance of marriage equality for her own family, how her relationship nurtures her ministry, and what she sees as necessary next steps.

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