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June 9, 2010

Same-sex marriage fizzles as an issue in Iowa

Last year, bellwether Iowa became the first and still only Midwestern state to authorize same-sex marriage.  Despite predictable conniptions from social and religious conservatives, the NYT reports that the issue just hasn't been very important in the state's politics this year.


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