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COLORADO– A California group is about to make a push in Colorado that would require pre-marriage education.

The ballot proposal would require ten hours of counseling if it’s your first marriage, 20 hours if it’s your second, and 30 hours if it’ your third.

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2 comments

  • Paula

    It won’t make a difference! People are still going to act rash, give-up to easily, fail to communicate (not argue, actually talk about feelings in a mature manner), and think divorce is the answer to all their problems. Any marriage is going to have its problems, but it how you work through or don’t that determines the future of it.

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