Thursday, August 30

Judge makes law in Iowa: Those who practice homosexaulity can marry

For Wisconsin this should be the biggest evidence yet of the value of our Constitutional amendment.

A county judge struck down Iowa's decade-old gay marriage ban as unconstitutional Thursday and ordered local officials to process marriage licenses for six gay couples. Gay couples from anywhere in Iowa could apply for a marriage license from Polk County under Judge Robert Hanson's ruling. Less than two hours after word of the ruling was publicized, two Des Moines men applied for a license, the first time the county had accepted a same-sex application. The approval process takes three days.


And I'm sure this was just another instance of judge shopping. Ahggg!


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