Gov. Mark Dayton says he will march in the 40th annual Twin Cities Pride parade Sunday morning in Minneapolis. Dayton, a leading critic of the marriage amendment, marched last year as governor and has been a regular participant in Twin Cities gay pride events since 1981.
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Marriage amendment issue looms at Twin Cities Pride festival
Even though the vote isn't until November,discussions about the constitutional amendment banning gay marriage were at the forefront of the 40th annual Twin Cities Pride festival Saturday in Minneapolis. Those against the amendment are using Pride as a way to grow support their cause.
Twin Cities Pride is now inviting police officers to march in the parade
The Pride parade this week had said law enforcement wouldn't be allowed to participate – a decision met with criticism.
Gay Pride Festival celebrates 40th anniversary this weekend
Participants in the annual Twin Cities Pride Festival have an extra reason to celebrate this weekend when the event turns 40. The two-day festival, which runs Saturday and Sunday, is the third largest Gay Pride event in the nation. A spokesperson estimates 350,000 people from all over the state will attend.
Gay marriage supporters rallying
St. Paul-area Lutherans assembling in Burnsville, and separately, Gov. Mark Dayton and other activists holding "house parties" around the state, demonstrated their opposition to an amendment to the state Constitution that would define marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
Gay youth support group denied from walking in Halloween parade
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Twin Cities archdiocese gave $650,000 to support gay marriage ban
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Here's why Justice 4 Jamar will protest Twin Cities Pride parade
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