Conservatives say Utah polygamy ruling confirms their worst fears
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"Utah has achieved something equally important today," Turley wrote, "true equality of its citizens regardless of their personal faiths or practices."
In his ruling, the judge took a narrow interpretation of the words "marry" and "purports to marry," meaning that bigamy remains illegal, such as when someone fraudulently acquires multiple marriage licenses.
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