BY STEVE WILLIAMS
For a long time now Iowa’s religious conservatives have wanted to roll back the clock on marriage equality but just as it looks like Republicans may have a shot at winning control of both legislative chambers, the political appetite for barring same-sex marriage seems to be waning.
Reports the AP:
But the legislative process would take at least two years, while public interest in the cause is declining. A Des Moines Register poll in February showed 56 percent of Iowans opposed an amendment banning same-sex marriage, up slightly from a year earlier. The results tracked with national opinion on the issue.
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