API director of policy analysis Parker Snider recently appeared on Mobile Radio to discuss the shift in Alabama’s marriage laws from marriage licenses to marriage certificates.

Snider answered questions about how this change will affect new marriages in the state, whether or not other laws were changed as well, and no-fault divorce.

You can listen to the interview here beginning at the 47:30 timestamp.

LA Catholic Mornings, Archangel Radio Mobile – https://youtu.be/Vk2ju_3ZrHY


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