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Differing marriage-age bills appear bound for conference

Both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly have passed legislation eliminating exceptions to state law allowing 15-year-olds to marry, but differences over whether the new minimum age should be 16 or 17 mean the cross-filed bills are likely headed for a conference committee. The proposed bills eliminated all exceptions to Maryland's minimum marriage age of 18 but were ...

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