Chad Biggs, left, and Chris Creech say their wedding vows in front of Wake County magistrate Dexter Williams in October. The N.C. House will consider a bill to exempt magistrates from performing weddings.
Chad Biggs, left, and Chris Creech say their wedding vows in front of Wake County magistrate Dexter Williams in October. The N.C. House will consider a bill to exempt magistrates from performing weddings. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Chad Biggs, left, and Chris Creech say their wedding vows in front of Wake County magistrate Dexter Williams in October. The N.C. House will consider a bill to exempt magistrates from performing weddings. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
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