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Topic - Greg Baker
Iowa voters decided Tuesday to retain a state Supreme Court justice who participated in the landmark 2009 ruling that made Iowa the first Midwestern state to allow gay marriage, trumping a conservative campaign to oust him.
The former marketing director of the landmark Negro Leagues Baseball Museum received a standing ovation from a crowd that included former Negro League and major league players when he was introduced Thursday as the new president of the now-struggling institution.
The Associated Press has learned that Bob Kendrick, who helped make the Negro Leagues Museum a landmark, is returning as president of the now-struggling institution.
The best prospect at this point, he said, would be for the GOP to take control of the
Mr. Baker said critics of gay marriage would spend the next year regrouping, energizing the opposition through churches and trying to bring younger voters to their cause.