The B.C. government is still considering whether to take last month's B.C. Supreme Court ruling upholding Canada's ban on polygamy to a higher court to give it more legal heft.

Government lawyers are reviewing the judgment by Chief Justice Robert Bauman to determine the government's legal options, Attorney-General Shirley Bond said Friday.

Bauman ruled that the criminalization of polygamy is constitutional even though it infringes on some sections of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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