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Daily Court Reporter - News Bill expands those who may solemnize marriages


Bill expands those who may solemnize marriages

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Members of a committee in the Ohio Senate recently heard testimony on a bill to broaden the category of individuals or entities that may solemnize marriages.

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Date Published: July 24, 2017


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