Steven, because of the way laws are written, they rarely are de facto which means they can't go backwards and nullify that which has already been done. Remember, I'm not a lawyer.....so, I could be wrong.......I might be wrong in my wording, but I'm pretty certain that once marriages are legal, they can't be illegal......just future ones would not be allowed to be recognized!!!!!<quoted text>
Since when? Iowa can't retract? Really. Name the counties or major cities in Iowa. You can start naming them and I would not even know about them. Yeah, there is Davenport, Des Moines (sounds real gay), Council Bluffs (which sounds like a gay porno) and that is about it...... With a state surrounded so much farm land and religionists, you do not think they will divorce all those gays and overturn their marriage? Certainly...... and there is not a single KKK member in Alabama......
Hell, I've never been to Iowa, but that doesn't mean I haven 't learned a thing or two about their laws and Constitution.
Sorry, but trying to invalidate legal marriages already performed would be just asking for a HUGE lawsuit by ALL the Same-Sex Couples who have been married since 2009.