Christie: I’d Veto Same-Sex Bill

    FILE - This April 30, 2013 file photo shows New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie during a town hall meeting on Long Beach Island, in Long Beach Township, N.J., where Superstorm Sandy caused heavy damage. Christie will guest-host the "Today" show later this month. NBC announced Tuesday, May 7, that Christie will be a co-host for an hour of the May 24 show, which will broadcast from the Jersey shore as part of its “Great American Adventure” road trip. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, file)

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    This could put a strain on BFFs President Obama and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Christie announced he would veto a same-sex marriage bill if it got to his desk, and noted that the recent Supreme Court ruling striking a ban on federal benefits for same-sex marriage won't impact New Jersey, which allows civil unions. "It's just another example of judicial supremacy rather than having a government run by the people we actually vote for," he said in an interview. "I thought it was a bad decision, but it has no effect on New Jersey at all so we move from here." Gay marriage advocates in New Jersey plan to file a motion next week in an attempt to force the state to recognize same-sex marriage in light of the top court's ruling.

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