Governor Christie wants to put marriage rights up for a vote in New Jersey.
What can be bestowed by a referendum can be taken away by a referendum.
LGBT people either already have full rights of citizenship (including the right to marry in their state) as spelled out in the 14th Amendment, or they don't.
Washington State does the right thing. Governor Christine Gregoire signs the Marriage Equality bill in a public ceremony. It should be noted that Washington State had to repeal a "marriage protection" act to make this legislation happen. Washington was the first state whose voters turned down a measure to repeal civil partnership rights for LGBTs by a substantial margin. Bravissimo!