Montana man seeks license for second wife - CBS News
Same-Sex Marriage Decision Prompts Polygamist marriage license to wed a second wife following last week’s Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage
The Case For Legalized Polygamy - YouTube
I Do, I Do, I Do: Is Polygamy Legal? Family Law. Family Law. That means they go through the hoops set out by state law, such as getting a marriage license, etc.
Is polygamy next in the marriage debate? - Washington Post
. . Polygamy Isn’t the Next Gay Marriage. time to legalize polygamy; is denying plural relationships the specific government benefit of a marriage license.
Same-Sex Marriage: Polygamy Is Not Next - Time
/11/2018. . . has announced that it will oppose any laws meant to legalize polygamy and said that the church will not allow marriage of two License Standard
If polygamy were legalized in the United States, how
In an attempt to combat polygamy in their state, Utah’s bigamy law not only criminalized multiple marriage licenses, it also outlawed the cohabitation of multiple women with one man—even if only one of the women had a legal marriage license—to prevent polygamists from using this loophole to
Polygamous Montana trio applies for wedding license
. . Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage to apply for a marriage license so that he can Man wants to legalize polygamous marriage. without polygamy.
Montana man applies for polygamous marriage license
A polygamist family attempted to get a marriage license in Billings, Montana on Tuesday, but was turned away, KRTV reports. Nathan Collier, who considers himself married to both Vicki and Christine, showed up at the Yellowstone County Courthouse to obtain a marriage license for himself and Christine
And now on to polygamy - Gay marriage - The Economist
SALT LAKE CITY – Utah has decided to legalize polygamy for all its citizens. Utah lawmakers have decided to move forward with a bill that would legalize polygamy.
What Would Polygamy Do to Society? - Stand to
BILLINGS - A Lockwood family that looked to solidify marriage rights of its own after gay marriage became legal in 2015 do not have standing to challenge Montana’s criminal bigamy laws, a federal judge ruled Monday in Helena. Nathan, Vicki, and Christine Collier sought to legalize their plural