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Mon, Dec. 16 2013 02:45 PM EDT

Analysis: In Utah Polygamy Case, Federal Judge Upholds State's Authority To Define Marriage

By Napp Nazworth
A federal court on Friday ruled parts of a Utah law banning polygamy are unconstitutional. It did not, though, strike down the entire law. Some conservative groups reacted to the decision by noting its relation to state recognition of same-sex unions. The ruling, however, recognizes the constitutionality of banning state recognition of polygamy. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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