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New Jersey on Wednesday became the first state in the nation to allow gay, lesbian and unmarried heterosexual couples to adopt children on an equal basis with married couples. The decision came in the form of a consent decree with state authorities, ending a class-action lawsuit brought by gay and lesbian couples with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union. It takes effect immediately. The consent judgment approved by Judge Sybil R. Moses of the Bergen County Superior Court in Hackensack came in the case of a gay male couple who wanted to adopt their 2-year-old foster son, Adam.
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It wasn't until September of that year when the longtime couple celebrated their union in front of about guests on a fishing pier near their home in Ocean Grove. But when same-sex marriages became legal in the state last fall , Bernstein and Paster quickly obtained a license and were wed in a small ceremony at a local restaurant. A total of 2, gay couples were married in New Jersey from Oct.