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10 of the Most Obscure Marriage Laws in the U.S.

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Ever since North Dakota approved no-fault divorce in 1985, New York was the lone holdout in America, requiring couples to assign blame when they split. But in 2010, the state legislature approved no-fault divorce, siding with opponents who viewed the law as antiquated and passé. But what other outdated marriage laws exist today in the U.S.? Read on to find out which states have (or had) the wackiest rules around.

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