Posted January 18, 2018 05:16:00 The state of Minnesota is allowing people to marry the same day as the first anniversary of their marriage.
The state’s marriage license department announced Monday that it has approved a new state law allowing same-day weddings.
Marriage license clerks are issuing the new licenses at least once per year, although some counties have issued more frequently, the department said.
The new law allows anyone to marry before their 30th birthday, and allows a person to marry more than once.
The last time the state allowed same-sex couples to marry was in 2014.