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Topic - Arthur Goldberg
Defenders of so-called gay conversion therapies vowed to continue the fight Monday after Gov. Chris Christie signed into law a measure making New Jersey the second state to ban the therapy targeting gay teens who want to change their sexual orientation.
A New Jersey consumer fraud case has opened a new front in the battle over so-called "conversion" therapies that offer counseling to gay patients looking to become straight.
"The decision [to use conversion therapy] should be a joint decision between a parent and child," Mr. Goldberg said. "By the age of 14, children are old enough to know if they want help or not."