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Eternal Triangles in Utah

I really don't like it when people that say "I told you so...", but I did. Back on the first of December, no less.

Perhaps not as early as Justice Scalia, but then again, he's on the Supreme Court, and I'm not. I'm just a lowly and occasional pro tem judge in Harbor Superior Court. But I saw it coming, too.

The case involves two consenting adults, male and female, who want to add another to the eternal triangle. Legitimately. But, Utah won't grant them a marriage license for a third person.

Their argument is that their polygamous desires are no different than same-sex marriages, which the Big Court has glanced at with last year's sodomy ruling. Interesting.

I just don't understand why it didn't happen in California first.

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 13:25 Comments Closed (0) |
 
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