Which you can read about here. The NJ Supreme Court, while they have not technically issued a ruling, has also declined to stop marriage licenses from being handed out to gay and lesbian couples. What this means is that there's about a 99.999% chance they're going to rule that in the wake of DOMA, Civil Unions are unconstitutional. The only thing stopping that would, as the article notes, be if the state legislature gins up enough votes to override Christie's veto.

Does anyone remember where I had New Jersey on my list? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it was at the top (or at worst in second place). I know Illinois and Hawaii were in my top five, too — and it looks like those are going to be the next two.