Will no-fault divorces go away in Texas? A Texas lawmaker would like to see that happen.
Will no-fault divorces go away in Texas? A Texas lawmaker would like to see that happen. timonko Getty Images/iStockphoto
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Until death do us part? Fort Worth lawmaker proposes plan to preserve marriage

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