New Yorker who sued to marry their own child should have case tossed: city

The case of an anonymous New Yorker who sued for the right to marry their own offspring should be tossed — in part because the parent hasn’t even actually popped the question yet, the city argued in court papers.

The eye-popping lawsuit was filed earlier this year in Manhattan Federal Court by an unidentified parent, who claimed they held off on proposing to their adult child because of current laws banning the hoped-for union between the pair, who are apparently “unable to procreate together,” the parent claimed in court papers.

The parent asked a judge to declare laws barring incestuous marriage as unconstitutional and unenforceable in their case, which

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