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Nate Carlisle
Reporter Nate Carlisle and photographer Trent Nelson cover polygamy for The Salt Lake Tribune. You can follow the Polygamy Blog on Twitter at @tribunepolygamy. Follow Nate Carlisle on Twitter at @natecarlisle. Follow Trent Nelson on Twitter at @trenthead.

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Bottles of Ogden's Own Distillery Five Wives Vodka are stocked in May at a state liquor store in Salt Lake City. After a law professor in Washington said he can't swallow Idaho'’s decision not to approve a vodka that makes a cheeky reference to polygamy and threatened a lawsuit, the state reconsidered its ban on selling the vodka. (AP Photo/Brian Skoloff, File)
Polygamy: The year in photos

If pictures truly say 1,000 words then here would be the polygamy stories told in 2012.

There were young women who left Warren Jeffs’ rule to have a better life. There were people in and out of a polygamous relationships who tried to help others.

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An attorney general had to take the witness stand to explain why the state hadn’t followed a judge’s order. And a reference to polygamy was too racy for liquor shelves in Idaho.

Enjoy some of the photographs of polygamy coverage from 2012. You can discuss these photos and more memories from 2012 on Twitter by following the tag #sltrib2012.

— Nate Carlisle

Twitter: @natecalrisle

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