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  • Today in the News: Christie bans gay ‘conversion therapy’


  • News on gay “conversion therapy,” Mark Zuckerberg’s hacked Facebook page and more.



     
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    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie today signed into law a bill that bans “conversion therapy” for gay youngsters. The move makes New Jersey the second state to ban the practice, which the American Psychological Association has called damaging. The Republican Christie last year vetoed a same-sex marriage bill, and some see today’s move as encouraging on that front.

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