HBO's "Big Love," the Warren Jeffs trial, Mitt Romney's two grandmothers, you can't escape news about polygamy these days.
All the publicity surrounding polygamists these days has repercussions for average Mormons, and for Utahns in general.
In My Estates and Trusts class, we were talking about how the law handles children omitted from a parent's will. One student raised his hands and asked, in all seriousness, "do they have special provisions in Utah because polygamy is allowed?"
I, of course, informed the class that polygamy is not allowed in Utah -- but I really shouldn't have had to do that.