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10/21/2010

Iowa For Freedom campaign is wrong-headed, says 1961

by Jeremy Hooper

The current war against judges who sided with equal protection and due process in removing gender discrimination from marriage may not be exclusively partisan. But if this, one of the very first editorials written about the Iowa judicial retention system, doesn't sound like a rebuke of the Iowa For Freedom coalition's attempt to remove judges based on personal faith objections rather than merit, we don't know what "Mad Men" era assessment could've more ably made the case:

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**Our complete Iowa For Freedom Archive

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