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Va. court reviews fee charged Sikhs who perform weddings

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A Fairfax County circuit court judge will decide Friday whether a Virginia law that gives special preference for priests and clergy to perform marriage ceremonies is unconstitutional. Four Sikh men are suing the state after they were charged $500 each to preside over weddings because the law only recognizes ordained ministers, like priests and rabbis, as having the power to wed people. However,...

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