Friday, June 7, 2019
From CBS Pittsburgh News:
A ban on Pennsylvania marriages when either party is under 18 is moving ahead with a unanimous vote in the state House of Representatives.
State representatives voted 195-0 on Wednesday to send the proposal to the Senate.
Current state law allows those under 18 to marry if custodial parents or guardians agree, and under age 16 if a judge decides it’s in the child’s best interests.
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