32) None address the actual mechanisms of regulation or suggest procedures that would attract polygamists
to utilize and participate in the legal regulation process.
Tens of thousands of polygamists
live in the United States.
For example, Court TV's Web page never once used the word "Mormon" to describe Warren Jeffs in its story entitled "Prosecutors to present evidence against polygamist
leader Warren Jeffs in teen-bride case.
Most of the polygamists
that I've found in my research are very firm believers in the fundamentalist LDS religion, and that is not a very pro-gay atmosphere.
Green's trial captured worldwide attention and put him up against Juab County Attorney David Leavitt, himself a descendant of polygamists
The case was the first brought against a polygamist
in the United States in nearly 50 years and put the spotlight on Utah, where plural marriages once thrived among Mormon pioneers.
The footnote to the documentary had to be the ageing polygamist
who had been married to at least one wife for more than 50 years.
172) When conducting a review of the world's treatment of polygamists
, certain common procedures and practices emerge.
Members of the Williams family are among an estimated 15,000 independent polygamists
in the West who don't belong to an organized, fundamentalist Mormon church.
Without such recognition, polygamists
would face uncertainty, the tax law would violate horizontal equity, other bad tax results could follow, and the tax law's response could arguably violate the Constitution.
Our series Polygamy, USA gives viewers a rare look inside this world, introducing them to a group of devoutly religious, loving, happy families that just happen to be practicing polygamists
in Utah are now seeking a further "redefinition" to legalize polygamy.