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Domestic violence organizations, agencies to lose funds due to COVID-19

By: Caroline Bleakley LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The closure of government offices during the COVID-19 pandemic could also have a financial impact on agencies and organizations that support domestic violence and crime victims. There is an upcoming fundraiser to help those groups. Among the offices closed was the Marriage License Bureau which would have normally […]

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You can officially get married in Las Vegas again–here’s how

By: Faith Jessie, Steve Wolford LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — On Monday, Clark County’s Marriage License Bureau in Downtown Las Vegas reopened for business. The Marriage License Bureau closed down in March to limit the spread of the coronavirus. During the closure, a wedding chapel company and a couple filed a joint lawsuit against Clark County […]

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County Marriage License Bureau reopening

By: Kelcie Grega Couples will again be able to get married in Clark County — albeit under social distancing guidelines — starting Monday when the Marriage License Bureau in downtown Las Vegas resumes normal operations. The bureau was closed on March 17 to help limit the spread of of the coronavirus. The office will be […]

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Clark County Marriage License Bureau to reopen Monday

By: Shea Johnson Las Vegas Review-Journal The wedding capital of the world is allowing people to apply for marriage licenses again: The Clark County Marriage License Bureau will reopen Monday but is enforcing strict measures to protect against the spread of the coronavirus. Couples must complete marriage license applications online before arriving and wear a […]

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Sisolak, Clark County sued over right to marry in coronavirus era

By: Shea Johnson Las Vegas Review-Journal One couple urgently seeks to get married as the groom-to-be stares down a quickly approaching visa expiration. An owner of three wedding chapels cannot do business. Attorneys representing both say Gov. Steve Sisolak and the county overreached by treating the right to marry as nonessential in an effort to […]

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A casualty of coronavirus — marriage licenses

By: Erica Orden and Kara Scannell, CNN CNN — As government centers around the country shuttered to contain the coronavirus pandemic, in Kentucky, Angela Holbrook and her fiancé rushed 20 miles to a neighboring county Wednesday to secure a marriage license. “We were planning to take a 10-minute, leisurely walk, and instead it’s us panicking […]