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On Fri, 21 Nov 2003, Rich Braun wrote:

> On Thu, 2003-11-20 at 16:04, Chris Devers wrote:
> >> > Would anyone feel badly -- or notice! -- if we just, like, got rid of
> >> > Utah? Wouldn't that take care of the issue?
> Isn't that the place where a marriage is defined as a relationship between one
> man and one <i>or more</i> women?  And isn't that where our guv'nah got his
> political education?

Utah normalized with the rest of the US law regarding monogamy when it
became a state. At that time, some mormons who refused to conform moved to
Mexico, where they were allowed to continue practicing polygamy. But
still, polygamy does exist in a sort of underground way in Utah.

As far as getting rid of Utah, there is a ground of people who refuse to
believe that it exists, having never been there.

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