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Your right to officiate over a wedding on PA is controlled by PA state laws. The law in pertinent part effecting your question is as follows:
§ 1503. Persons qualified to solemnize marriages.
(6) A minister, priest or rabbi of any regularly established church or congregation.
Here is a link to the full code section: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI/LI/CT/HTM/23/00.015.003.000..HTM
What the law means is that as long as you are a minister of the Universal Life Church, and as the Universal Life Church is a legally and regularly established church in the state of PA, you may legally officiate at the wedding of persons in the state of PA.
Here is a link showing that there are established Universal Life Churches in PA and that weddings may be performed by ministers of this church: http://www.ulcweddingchapel.com/weddings.html
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