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Sister Wives Polygamy Lawsuit: Sean Carter 

The family made famous by the TLC show Sister Wives filed a lawsuit challenging Utah's anti-bigamy law, which makes it a third-degree felony to marry or cohabit with someone other than one's legal spouse. An attorney for the family said they're not asking Utah to recognize polygamous marriage; they just want to be left alone.

LBN polygamy correspondent Sean Carter says the Browns have a point in challenging an inherently hypocritical law.

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