Some well-known Minnesotans gathered Saturday about why they oppose the state’s marriage amendment.
The campaign against the gay marriage amendment on November’s ballot is airing a second TV commercial. The new ad starts Thursday on Twin Cities and Duluth TV stations, in tandem with another ad featuring a Twin Cities married couple.
The campaign group trying to defeat the gay marriage constitutional amendment is getting ready to air its first TV commercial.
The battle over the marriage amendment is being fought on lawns across Minnesota.
A new poll shows voters are at a virtual toss-up when it comes to Minnesota’s proposed marriage amendment that will be on the November ballot.
Three national gay rights groups are recruiting volunteers to send to Minnesota and three other states where gay marriage is on the ballot this fall.
An Iowa man raised by a lesbian couple says arguments against gay marriage ignore the realities of families like his.
The Marriage Amendment, which is on the ballot this November, aims to change the state constitution by defining marriage as between one man and one woman. The Amendment has also divided many Minnesotans.
Augsburg College is publicly opposing the amendment to ban gay marriage in Minnesota’s constitution.
The Freedom to Marry campaign is releasing its first ad against the November marriage amendment.
Even though it’s not on the primary ballot, the hotly-debated marriage amendment appears to be drawing voters to the polls this Tuesday.
The Mankato City Council voted 4-1 Monday night, with two abstaining, to oppose the amendment that would not allow same-sex couples in Minnesota the freedom to marry.
A Michigan philanthropist has donated $325,000 to a group opposing a proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage in Minnesota.
Another recognizable group is taking a stance on Minnesota’s proposed marriage amendment. Musicians with the Minnesota Orchestra voted to take a public stand in opposition to the amendment.
Opponents of Minnesota’s proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage may be winning the money race but supporters say they’re confident voters will approve it anyway.