Shotgun weddings could be coming to New Jersey. A couple of important Democratic leaders have proposed legislation to end a 72-hour waiting period for marriages in the state. Nearly 30 other states have no waiting period and there is some belief that this could help boost the state’s wedding business. Some worry that they would prefer that New Jersey does not become a haven to quickie marriages.
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