State Marriage Statutes
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Common Law Info
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WANTED: the right to refuse - forced marriage closely related to slavery - Brief Article
When marriage is slavery rather than just a happy family affair, the silence can be deafening. Maggie Black raises her voice. TAKE A LOOK AT ARTICLE ...... (Continue Reading)
Vermont Episcopalians unveil ceremonies for same-sex unions
Episcopalians in Vermont, in a "pastoral response" to the nation's first and only civil unions law, have unveiled liturgical rites that gay ...... (Continue Reading)
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Marriage Will Be Multiple in the Coming Millennium
Forget `til death do us part' -- unions will last only until the seven-year itch needs scratching. Experts predict people will marry four times in a ...... (Continue Reading)
Common-law marriage, a legal relic, still a minefield in some states
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Lisa Alexander and Jamie Brindel are getting married this spring. Yet because they lived together in a Columbia apartment last year, ...... (Continue Reading)
Abuse revisited: a feminist challenges the conventional wisdom about domestic violence
FOR 15 YEARS or so, a fairly straightforward paradigm has dominated mainstream thinking about domestic violence policies. According to this conventional ...... (Continue Reading)
Escape from the red states: gay parents can wake up to find that their home state wants to break up their family. Some fight back; others simply leave
Boxes are stacked in the garage, the walls are barren, and an air mattress on the den floor serves as bed for the night in the Orlando, Fla., home of ...... (Continue Reading)
The U.S. and the international children's rights crusade: leader or laggard?
Children's rights have recently taken a major role in the unfolding drama of international human rights. The horrors of World War II impelled the drafting ...... (Continue Reading)
Beyond "strange new respect": the Stevens-Ginsburg billet-doux to Justice Kennedy
A NEW VARIATION on the "strange new respect" award is needed--in fact, is being developed--for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. The worst of Ronald Reagan's appointees to the Court,... (Continue Reading)
The Roman Catholic hierarchy: putting the squeeze on politicians; the Catholic Church is pursuing a new policy of aggressive interference in lawmaking
When Pope John Paul II annually addresses the ambassadors to the Vatican in his New Year's "state of the world" speech, he sets forth his priority concerns for the coming year. In his 200... (Continue Reading)