In his dissent to the Supreme Court's landmark invalidation of a Texas sodomy law last year, Justice Antonin Scalia expressed fear that state laws banning other behavior, including bigamy, would fall in its wake. Scalia may have sounded like Chicken Little to some. But a challenge to anti-polygamy rules in Utah may change skeptics' minds. The attorney for a man, his lawful wife and a second would-be wife says the case is analogous to the Texas case.
Shades of 'Lawrence'
The National Law Journal
January 30, 2004
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