Texas lawmakers are considering cracking down on the marriage of minors, requiring all brides and grooms to be at least 18 to marry or have a court order to allow those marriages.
Texas lawmakers are considering cracking down on the marriage of minors, requiring all brides and grooms to be at least 18 to marry or have a court order to allow those marriages. Venerala Getty Images/iStockphoto
Texas lawmakers are considering cracking down on the marriage of minors, requiring all brides and grooms to be at least 18 to marry or have a court order to allow those marriages. Venerala Getty Images/iStockphoto

Child marriages: Are Texas lawmakers ready to stop underage unions?

May 17, 2017 3:37 PM

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