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07/05/2012

Corn grows in Iowa; discrimination, not so much

by Jeremy Hooper

Here's an interesting Associated Press report about socially conservative Iowans narrowing chance to cast a mean-spirited vote against their LGB neighbors (and pro-equality allies). Worth a look:

Conservative lawmakers are watching public opinion move away from them on the gay marriage issue, and now fear that voters might not approve a ban even if the GOP can put one on the ballot by winning control of the Legislature in the November elections.
FULL: Push to ban gay marriage flagging in Iowa [AP via The Republic]

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