A bill to change how marriage licenses are corrected in Wisconsin normally wouldn't move with lightning speed through the Legislature. But when legislators learned that Green Bay Packer Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila was pushing for a change, they moved fast. The Assembly is slated to take up the bill today, just a week after it was introduced. The Senate will likely take it up next week. The bill would make minor changes to state law and is not expected to spark controversy, but nonetheless is moving more quickly through the Legislature than the average mundane measure. Gbaja-Biamila wants to fix his marriage license, which lists the wrong person as his father. Under current law, the wrong name can be crossed out and the correct one typed in, but Gbaja-Biamila wants to have the wrong name removed entirely and replaced with the right one.
It let me get in earlier but it won't now
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