Marsha Ternus

Drake University

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Director of the Harkin Institute for Public Policy at Drake University; former Chief Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court

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Ten days ago a federal district court in Utah  upheld the constitutional right  of same-sex couples to marry, essentially calling it a "fundamental right."

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