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(KSL News) Anti-polygamists, polygamists, and attorney generals look to find common ground on ending abuse in polygamy.
All three groups gathered last night in St. George to discuss the issue.
Supporters say there are several happy families that enjoy the polygamous lifestyle. Some even said it's their relgious right to practice polygamy.
Prosecutors from Utah and Arizona responded, saying "freedom of religion" isn't an excuse for abuse.
Authorites ended the meeting last night by saying they hope to hold similar meetings soon.