Monday, July 13, 2015
Montana Polygamist Stands for Polygamy
In response to the Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the US, a Montana man wishes to legally be married to his two wives. The first of his wives shares 7 children and is his legal partner. The second was only religiously wed to him.
Many feared and predicted this as a next-step in marriage re-definition. But others see it as a legitimate union and have no quarrel as to who wants to marry who, in of-age, consenting situations.
Nathan Collier says he was denied a second marriage license from the clerk's office, which stated it would seek advice concerning the matter. Collier plans to sue up to the US Supreme Court to legalize if not decriminalize bigamy.