Senate committee to consider marriage officiating legislation

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    I got ordained through American Marriage Ministries a couple years back. I'll be officiating my second wedding this fall. The current system we have is perfectly fine. The state should just leave things the way they are. There are plenty of non-denominational groups you can go through. The one I got ordained through has 3 beliefs. Everyone has the right to marry, everyone has the right to perform marriages, and everyone has the right to choose who performs their marriage. Like Criticalt, I didn't have to register or show I was ordained. Just sign the marriage certificate and send it in.
     
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