As Iowa Advances Discrimination, One Man Shows Courageous Love
Yesterday, the Iowa House voted 63-37 to approve House joint Resolution 6, a constitutional amendment that would ban not just marriage between same-sex couples, but all same-sex unions in the state.
Iowa is one of a handful of states that has ended marriage discrimination. A unanimous ruling in 209 by the state’s highest court declared that denying marriage to same-sex couples is unconstitutional. In the Nov. 2010 election, voters ousted three of the supreme court justices in a retention elections.
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