Forget the presidential race, the campaigns for Congress or the legislature. The price tag of the marriage amendment campaign topped them all.
A Minnesota teenager’s family says he wasn’t allowed to be confirmed at his church because of a Facebook posting.
In two days, Minnesota voters will decide on a constitutional ammendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman.
A Vote Yes billboard in Uptown was vandalized Sunday, after someone splattered pink paint over the message.
He’s being called the “unlikely spokesperson” for the pro-gay marriage cause.
A once powerful Minnesota Republican at the center of a sex scandal broke his 10-month silence. Michael Brodkorb lost his job after admitting an affair with then Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch, and he’s now taking legal action for what he says was an improper firing.
By now you have no doubt seen the ads on both sides of the Marriage Amendment and there are more to come.
For two decades, Stan Genedek has made buildings crumble across Minnesota. The man behind Mendota Heights-based Genedek Landscaping and Excavation is used to receiving job requests and questions from advice-seekers around the state every day.
The group working to add a ban on same-sex marriage to the Minnesota Constitution started a television ad campaign across the state on Monday.
People living in Bloomington are keeping a close eye on their political lawn signs. That’s because someone vandalized several “Vote No” marriage amendment signs sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
Most of us would have a problem with our preacher telling us who to vote for. That’s why the advocacy for or against a constitutional amendment, which would define marriage as only between a man and woman, has gained so much attention.