Iowa lawmakers have passed a law allowing same-year marriage, marking the first time in the country.
The law also allows couples to marry when they get married in the state.
It takes effect July 1, and couples can begin marrying on June 14.
The law also prevents any marriages to be performed in other states, except Iowa.
Iowa has a large Mormon population, and some religious conservatives argue that the law discriminates against them.
The bill also protects religious groups from being forced to perform marriages that are not their own.
The new law will be one of the most significant legislative changes to marriage in the United States.
It will be the first in the Midwest, and will be among the few states that don’t require that couples who get married have to be same-gender.