Minnesota For Marriage
A group backing a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in Minnesota says it has raised more than a quarter-million dollars so far this year.
Backers of a constitutional amendment defining marriage in Minnesota are accusing two state officials of overstepping their bounds and improperly manipulating the title of the question that will appear on the November ballot.
Three Minnesota campaigns are expressing outrage Wednesday after their campaign Facebook sites were hacked.
People supporting the amendment to ban same sex marriage in Minnesota will be protesting the rest of the week at General Mills headquarters in Golden Valley.
The vote on a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage is still months away. But the issue was front and center at this year’s PRIDE Weekend.
The chief group working to defeat a constitutional gay marriage ban on the November ballot in Minnesota raised $3.1 million so far in 2012.
Supporters of a marriage amendment on Minnesota’s November ballot aren’t too happy with the Target Corp. The Minneapolis retail chain is selling “Pride” T-shirts on its website to raise funds for a marriage equality group.
A St. Paul church says a “miracle” $15,000 donation is helping them keep its doors open.
The debate over a proposed marriage amendment, which would define marriage as a union between a man and a woman, is heating up.
Groups supporting a constitutional ban on gay marriage in Minnesota say they’ve raised more than $1.2 million to persuade voters to approve the ballot measure in November.
A group against a proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage has raised $1.2 million.
It was a cool and pleasant day for most people attending the Minnesota State Fair on Sunday, but a few people got hit by a pop-up shower of a sort.
A group that supports amending Minnesota’s Constitution to prohibit gay marriage has filed paperwork needed to begin raising campaign donations.