Potential Marriage Equality in Iowa–TOMORROW
From the Des Moines Register:
The case, Varnum vs. Brien, involves six same-sex Iowa couples who sued Polk County Recorder Timothy Brien in 2005, after his office denied them marriage licenses. Polk County District Judge Robert Hanson sided with the couples in a ruling last year, but he suspended his decision until the high court speaks.
The case would have consequences outside the state’s borders. Iowa would become the first Midwestern state to allow same-sex marriage and the fourth in the nation if the court sides with the gay couples. Legal experts say such a decision would echo across the country and strengthen the gay rights movement.
First of all YAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!
Second of all, ALL IOWANS, SIGN UP RIGHT NOW FOR RALLIES.