Key Iowa lawmaker will not allow marriage ban to be put on agenda

Iowa Senate Majority Leader Michael Gronstal, D-Council Bluffs, said he will not allow a constitutional marriage ban to be introduced, following the state high court's marriage-equality decision. Under the state constitution, amendments must win votes in two consecutive General Assemblies, followed by a statewide ballot. "The politics of it are I'm not going to put discrimination in the Iowa Constitution," Gronstal said.

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