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The Supreme Court of Illinois vacated a lower court’s ruling that a section of the state’s statute governing divorce is unconstitutional and violates equal protection for “not permitting unmarried parents to have the same input in their children’s college decisions as married parents.”

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Supreme Court of Illinois vacated a lower court’s ruling that a section of the state’s statute governing divorce is unconstitutional and violates equal protection for “not permitting unmarried parents to have the same input in their children’s college decisions as married parents.”

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