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In June 2015, former Iowa Supreme Court justices Michael Streit and David L.
Baker, who participated in the unanimous same-sex marriage ruling, expressed support for Obergefell v. Streit and Baker were removed from their position as justices by Iowa voters in 2010, following a campaign by opponents of same-sex marriage.
Same-sex marriage could also have been banned by constitutional convention, which Iowa voters can initiate once a decade.
On November 2, 2010, voters defeated a proposed constitutional convention by a 2-1 margin.
Upon appeal, a unanimous Iowa Supreme Court affirmed Hanson's ruling in Varnum v. Using the standard known as intermediate scrutiny to evaluate the State Government's justifications for denying marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the court determined that denying a marriage licenses on the basis of sexual orientation violated the equal protection clause of the Iowa Constitution.On November 2, 2010, Iowa Supreme Court justices David L.Baker, Michael Streit and Marsha Ternus, who participated in the unanimous 2009 ruling that Iowa could not deny marriage licenses based on sexual orientation, were removed from office after judicial retention elections.Six same-sex couples represented by Lambda Legal sought the right to marry their same-sex partners in Iowa.They brought suit in 2005 arguing that denying them marriage licenses violated the liberty and equal protection clauses in the State Constitution.