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Iowa Legalizes Gay Marriage

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As the California Supreme Court decides the fate of gay marriage, the Iowa Supreme Court comes out stating that a same-sex ban on marriages violates the constitutional rights of gays and lesbians. The unanimous ruling "upheld a 2007 Polk County District Court judge's ruling that the law was unconstitutional," reported the Associated Press.