You know what Dude? Murder isn't going away, drug abuse isn't going away, rape isn't going away ... I could go on for days, etc. etc. etc. Just because polygamy "isn't going away" doesn't make it o.k. The only thing not o.k., IMO, is that Utah and Arizona haven't been enforcing the law. :banghead::banghead::banghead: http://www.kutv.com/content/news/topnews/story.aspx?content_id=c04353fc-9fce-4d6f-872d-3678285a5bd1 ...... The polygamy statute needs to be revised. Thoroughly revised, said Don Timpson who lives in a polygamous community. The state has to realize that polygamy is not going away. Attorney general Mark Shurtleff is said to be open to discussion of turning polygamy from a felony crime into a misdemeanor. This could mean that a man convicted of polygamy may spend a year or less in jail instead of several years in prison. :snooty::snooty::snooty: ....... Since Mark Shurtleff doesn't even bother to try polygamy or bigamy cases, what's the point in making it a misdemeanor?