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October 27, 2014 | Number of The Day
About the number of same-sex marriages in New Jersey this past year

It’s been roughly a year since same-sex marriages have been legal in New Jersey, and in that time, nearly 4,000 of them have taken place, according to the New Jersey Civil Liberties Union, which analyzed preliminary data issued by the state Department of Health. At least 3,763 same-sex marriage licenses have been issued in the state.

Monmouth County, which has issued 406 licenses, has seen the most weddings, followed by Essex and Camden counties. An interactive map of licenses by county is available online.