Iowa became the first state in the Midwest and the third state in the country, along with Massachusetts and Connecticut, to legalize same-sex marriage. The Iowa Supreme Court unanimously struck down a 1998 ban on same-sex marriage Friday. Same-sex marriages could begin in the Hawkeye State in three weeks. The opposition is outraged. The pundits are already looking at how this might impact the 2012 presidential race. And Californians on both sides of their state’s Proposition 8 debate spoke up about Iowa’s decision.
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