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A number of organizations registered as “undecided” on Senate File 427 in 2007, the bill that added sexual orientation and gender identity to Iowa’s Civil Rights code. Among those groups that registered “undecided” was the Iowa Catholic Conference.

More surprisingly, some groups that push some pretty socially liberal positions today were registered undecided in 2007. Among them:

Greater Des Moines Partnership
Iowa Chamber Alliance
Iowa Newspaper Association

The change to Iowa law has resulted in allowing teenaged females to go topless at Iowa swimming pools in 2021.

Author: Jacob Hall