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In a somewhat zippy, yet not unexpected twist, the State of Utah has decided to appeal the almost year old ruling decriminalizing polygamy.
One of many articles
For a clear, and deep read into the move by the State of Utah, Jonathan Turley's blog is it. He is the Brown family's lawyer and a professor. Eloquently written, this is the best description out there on the process.
What a great article which brings up several key points. Go to the link and share :)
Rachel Feltman runs The Post's Speaking of Science blog.
In the genetic history of our species, the mamas outnumber the papas. A new study in Investigative Genetics reports that females have made a bigger contribution than men.
By studying the DNA of 623 males from 51 populations, the researchers found more genetic diversity in the DNA inherited from mothers than they did in the DNA inherited from fathers.
Utah polygamous church leader dies
POSTED 11:03 AM, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014, BY BEN WINSLOW, UPDATED AT 02:54PM, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014
BLUFFDALE — The leader of one of Utah’s largest polygamous churches has died.
Lamoine Jenson, the leader of the Apostolic United Brethren (AUB) passed away on Tuesday after a battle with colon cancer. He was 79.
“He was probably one of the kindest, gentlest… a very unassuming man,” a church representative told FOX 13, confirming the death. “He was a tremendous leader. He will be greatly missed by many.”
The Salt Lake Tribunes Editorial Staff comes out in favor of not perusing the anti polygamy law.
"The Browns, and those in similar situations, aren’t seeking the state’s blessing or recognition. Just the right to be left alone. Without some evidence of another crime, that’s just what the state should do."
Editorial: Utah should not pursue ‘Sister Wives’ case
Utah should let Brown ruling stand.
PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 11:36AM
UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 11:36AM
Polygamy has a lot of baggage attached to it.
"Republican Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday at his monthly televised news conference on KUED that state laws should be defended in court until all appeals are exhausted".
Utah governor wants appeal of court ruling on polygamy
By LINDSAY WHITEHURST The Associated Press
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s governor says the state should appeal a court ruling that favors the family on the TV show “Sister Wives” and strikes down key parts of a law criminalizing polygamy.
Republican Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday at his monthly televised news conference on KUED that state laws should be defended in court until all appeals are exhausted.
Attached is the Final Decision by Judge Waddoups in the Kody Brown Case.
FEDERAL COURT RULES STATE OFFICIALS VIOLATED THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE BROWN FAMILY IN THE SISTER WIVES CASESubmitted by Sage on Thu, 08/28/2014 - 03:03.
The entire statement by JONATHAN TURLEY, attorney for the Brown Family can be read here:
Fox 13 News out of Salt Lake
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge declared a portion of Utah’s polygamy ban unconstitutional late Wednesday, essentially decriminalizing polygamy in the state.
Now to see about the supreme court appeal.
I have removed some of the posts in one of the threads this evening. One or two thoughtful, long, posts were removed in the process due to the way the forums operate, and I am sorry to have lost them.
These message stay here as long as we keep the site up. It would be most appreciated if a post begins to degrade into personal insults, if you would take that to the private messages feature. We can all disagree, without being disagreeable. Remember, first and foremost, we have a common belief in the freedom of people to live plural marriage.