INDIANA (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – While getting married is an age-old tradition the state of Indiana wants to make the process a bit more modern.
Under Senate Enrolled Act 249, signed into law by Governor Mitch Daniels this week, county clerks may now use electronic files instead of hard-copy documents when completing “records of marriages” and providing copies to the Indiana State Department of Health.
This new approach is expected to reduces “This simple new law with its common-sense approach will not only help reduce postage and printing costs, but also save hours of time in processing documents.
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