Cindy Meneghin and Maureen Kilian will finally be able to say they are married.
The Butler couple, like every other same-sex couples in the Garden State, can now be married and enjoy the same rights as their heterosexual friends.
We’ll talk to Menegin and Kilan Tuesday about their struggle for equal rights and what it means to them to finally be able to say, “I do" and have it mean something. The couple will be married this weekend. They're planning on having 250 guests attend.
Officials across the state presided over New Jersey’s first same-sex marriages as the clocks struck midnight Monday.