Three men declare themselves wed. It's not clear if the government will recognize it.
Today's religious freedom controversies got their start in the 19th century debate over outlawing polygamy.
Brown family case was not about getting legal recognition from the state.
Michigan's A.G. Declines to Explain Whether State Can Prosecute Those Who Perform Purely 'Private' Marriages
Says plaintiff lacks standing to sue because he's not facing charges.
The three women want to be able to raise a family together and share maternal rights.
"Spiritual unions" of more than two people should not result in criminal sanctions, say Cato scholars.
But are these fundamentalist-LDS towns the perpetrators or the victims of religious discrimination?
It's past time the government stop treating the tax code as a tool for social engineering.
How can one argue that gay marriage is OK but polygamy is not?
A legal battle in Utah shows how misguided a crackdown on polygamy can be.
Thanks to reality television
Effectively decriminalizing the practice
Perhaps we shouldn't be afraid of this particular slippery slope