Former Iowan, Doug Napier, now an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom, wrote an article in Townhall.com about the consequences when we fail to observe natural law.
By Doug Napier – May 23, 2013
For years, Iowa law relied on a rather reasonable bit of biological reality: it takes a man and a woman to make a baby. From that fact, the state reasoned that for questions of paternity, the answer would involve someone commonly called a “father.” So when the state recorded births as a matter of public record, it (rather logically) looked for a man as the non-birth parent.
As reasonable as that may seem, in the brave new world of “marriage equality” it is now “prejudicial” for state officials to ask this simple “who’s your daddy?” question. entire article…
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