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'My Two Moms' Author Winds Down To The Roots

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Zach Wahls made headlines when he urged Iowa lawmakers not to pass a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. He spoke with host Michel Martin earlier this year about his book, My Two Moms: Lessons of Love, Strength and What Makes a Family. For Tell Me More's occasional series "In Your Ear," Wahls shares the songs that inspire him.
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