UNDATED - One of the two Constitutional Amendment questions that will be on the ballot in Minnesota on November 6th is the Marriage Amendment question.

If the amendment question passes, the legal definition of marriage will be defined as between one man and one woman.

If the the question fails, marriage between same-sex couples would still be illegal in Minnesota, it just wouldn't be written into our state constitution.

Supporters of the amendment say the constitution needs to be changed to prevent future state legislatures, and the state Supreme Court, from changing the state's law.

The handful of states in the United States that have legalized same-sex marriages have done it through the state legislature and the Supreme Court.