The Democratic-led Legislature has never been successful in overriding a Christie veto.
However, Senate President Stephen Sweeney agreed to try again. He’ll need 27 senators to support gay marriage, including a handful of Republicans.
The Assembly would need yes votes from 54 of its 80 members.
Three states approved gay marriage in ballot questions with President Obama at the top of the ticket in November.
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