Marriage Equality for Minnesota

By: Sunday January 20, 2013 7:00 pm

When the amendments for voter restriction and marriage restriction went on the 2012 ballot in Minnesota, it was widely assumed that both would win, and likely by big margins. Yet both went down in defeat last November, marking the first time that either type of state constitutional amendment had lost at the polls.

Now, for Minnesotans favoring marriage equality, comes the next step: Repealing the anti-equality laws currently on the state books, the ones the proposed ballot amendment had sought to embed into the state’s constitution.


LGBT: Glitter from Heaven at Minnesota State (un)Fair

By: Monday September 5, 2011 7:15 pm

Glitter rained down from the sky today at the Minnesota State Fair as activists sprinkled sparkles onto the Minnesota for Marriage booth and participants shouted, “Where’s our booth?! Equality for all.”

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