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Polygamy is legal in Utah

A federal judge finalized an earlier order striking part of Utah’s bigamy law on Wednesday. But don’t expect households of ‘sister wives’ to pop up in a neighborhood near you anytime soon.

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Religious reaction to Georgia gun law muted

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill on Wednesday allowing people with state carry permits to bring their weapons into bars without restriction and in some churches, schools and government buildings under certain circumstances. But few religious leaders have commented either way about the law and what it says about our culture.

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