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Ireland votes overwhelmingly to ease its divorce laws

May 27, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: 82% of Irish voters voted to end a law requiring four years of separation before a divorce. Before the referendum, the Irish bishops wrote that “the common good would be better served by supporting and resourcing couples and families in preparation for, and during, marriage.”

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