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  1. I see that there is a 1974 ruling from the Supreme Court of Virginia that seems to say that ULC ministers cannot marry people. (This case, "CRAMER v. COMMONWEALTH", affirms a lower court ruling that ULC does not "responsibly select" its ministers for ordination, and that the law can require ministers to be "certified" to that standard. The authority for ULC ministers was rescinded by the Circuit Court in Richmond; this is affirmed.) Is it still the case that ULC ministers cannot legally celebrate the rites of matrimony in Virginia?