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Watching this debate unfold, William Stacy Johnson found that he could be silent no longer.
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Marriage licence issuers are located throughout the province. It enacts new across-the-board standards for punishing ministers who perform same-sex weddings: a minimum one-year suspension without pay for the first wedding, and permanent removal from ministry for the second.
Newfoundland and Labrador thus became the eighth of Canada's thirteen provinces and territories to have such a lawsuit filed.