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Bigamy is no longer a felony in Utah

“The history of raids and family separations, combined with the blanket ban on an entire lifestyle, leads to the fear that an investigation might break up an entire family, removing the children and incarcerating the parents,” Henderson wrote. “That’s a high hurdle, and so abuse is kept quiet.” Henderson added that she was not looking to legalize polygamy or the issuing of multiple marriage licenses, but was trying to “address the human rights crisis our law has created.”