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Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes said Tuesday the state intends to appeal a federal judge's decision that struck down key parts of the state's polygamy laws.
There was no fist-pumping or wild celebrations by the polygamous family that stars in the TLC reality TV show "Sister Wives" when a federal judge in Utah struck down key parts of the state's polygamy laws.
A federal judge has ruled that the polygamous participants of a Utah-based reality-TV show, "Sister Wives," are exercising a constitutional right of consenting adults to "marry" whoever they will ("Marriage by reality TV," Comment & Analysis, Dec. 18). Your editorial concludes, "We should not look to reality-TV celebrities for answers to such momentous questions." Why not? What is President Obama and his health care website, if not a reality-TV celebrity concoction offering answers to momentous questions?
A federal judge's ruling in a Utah polygamy case has released a flood of "I told you so" reactions from traditional-marriage supporters, who have fought — often in vain — to formally define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Those who warned that legalizing same-sex marriage would put us on a slippery slope toward bigamy, polygamy, polyandry and worse got it exactly right. A federal court on Friday decreed that everyone has the right to live like they do on reality television. A man can have four wives, four husbands, or four wives and four husbands or another combination if he can figure out one.
A federal judge heard arguments on whether Utah can prohibit plural marriage but issued no immediate ruling in a lawsuit by the stars of the reality show "Sister Wives."
A federal judge holding a hearing on a lawsuit by the stars of the reality show "Sister Wives" heard arguments Thursday on whether Utah can prohibit plural marriage, but issued no immediate ruling.
When it comes to marriage, the Democratic Party's radical social engineering doesn't stop at all-out support of same-sex marriage.
Kody Brown and his four wives just want to live like any other family _ free from the threat of being tossed in prison.