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No Solemnity Without Religion; or, Why Can’t Atheists Perform Weddings?

The Center for Inquiry recently lost a case in a federal court in Indiana, in which it challenged a state law limiting the performance of weddings to religious celebrants only. ¬†According to the law, The only people who can be authorized by Indiana to perform weddings are particular government officials and representatives of religions, typically […]