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Next Gay-Marriage Showdown Could Be In Minnesota

With New York gearing up for same-sex weddings, the battle lines are forming for the next skirmishes over gay marriage - and the most dramatic could come in Minnesota.

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Gay Marriage Seminar Tonight in St. Cloud

A local activist for same-sex marriage is hosting what he calls a "Marriage Equality Seminar for Conservatives". Denny Smith of St. Cloud has formed the organization "Winning Marriage Equality". The seminar is tonight (Wednesday) from 7:00 until 8:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud Pubic Library.

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Bachmann Highlights Her Role in Gay Marriage Amendment

Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has told social conservatives not to let up as the 2012 election draws closer. The likely presidential candidate spread a message of perseverance to the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Washington.

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40 United Methodist Clergy Pledge To Marry Gay Couples

The debate over same-sex marriage is dividing members of the clergy within the United Methodist Church. During their annual conference in St. Cloud, about 40 Minnesota United Methodist clergy have signed a statement saying they would marry any couple who came to them, including same-sex couples.

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Dayton Vetoes Marriage Amendment In Symbolic Move

Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed the bill that calls for a statewide vote next year on a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage, but acknowledged it's a symbolic move and he can't keep it off the ballot. Last week the Legislature put the marriage amendment on the 2012 general election ballot.

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Minnesota Voters Will Decide On Gay Marriage Ban

It's now up to voters to decide whether to ban gay marriage in Minnesota. A proposed constitutional amendment that would define marriage as between only a man and a woman was approved Saturday night in the Minnesota House.

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State House Expected To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Today

As lawmakers wait to see what Governor Dayton does with the budget bills that have been sent to his desk, the State House is expected to vote on the gay marriage amendment issue today (Friday).

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Majority In Poll Oppose Ban On Gay Marriage

A new poll shows the majority of Minnesotans surveyed oppose amending the state Constitution to ban gay marriage. The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll says 55 percent of respondents oppose such a ban, while 39 percent favor it.

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Minnesota Senate Okays 2012 Vote On Gay Marriage Ban

The state Senate has approved a statewide vote in 2012 on whether the Minnesota Constitution should be amended to ban gay marriage. Wednesday's vote of 38-27 was on amendment wording that would define marriage as between one man and one woman.

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Gay Marriage Ban Slated For Minnesota Senate Vote

For the first time, Minnesota's Senate plans to vote on a ballot measure aimed at banning gay marriage in the state Constitution. The vote scheduled for Wednesday would put the proposal half way toward the November 2012 ballot, where a majority vote would enact it.

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