Some prominent GOPers are speaking out against a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota. Among them are Rep. John Kriesel of Cottage Grove and consultant Wheelock Whitney.
Water safe to use again in small area of Maplewood, St. Paul
A boil water advisory was lifted on Tuesday.
$1.45M payout for correctional officers prevented from guarding Derek Chauvin
The officers were reportedly ordered to avoid Derek Chauvin while he was in jail.
Palm Springs residents: Divert the Mississippi to solve our drought problems
Should the southwest have some of the Mississippi River?
Minneapolis tries to spruce up street barriers with motivational messages
Police said the barriers will be in place through the beginning of the fall.
MnDOT debuts driverless shuttle in White Bear Lake
This is one of several self-driving pilot programs MnDOT is working on.
LIVE UPDATES: Minnesota primary election 2022 results
The latest as the results come in.
Farmer almanacs release their 2022-23 winter forecasts for MN
November is right around the corner and one of the almanacs figures it'll be a cold and snowy month.
Minneapolis Police Department seeks authorization to use drones
A public hearing on the matter could be held this month.
Minnesota Harvest apple farm to open under new owners this month
New food and attractions are in store for this season's fall fun.
Roots Cafe, a youth-led coffee shop, opens on St. Paul's East Side
Expanded hours are expected this fall.
North Carolina latest state to ban same-sex marriage
This fall, Minnesota voters will also decide whether the state's constitution should be amended to formally define marriage between one man and one woman. Tuesday, North Carolinians voted in favor of an amendment that bans same-sex marriage and civil unions. CNN has reaction from both sides ...
Minnesota Lutherans might voice opposition to same-sex marriage ban
WCCO reports nearly 1,000 representatives of the Lutheran church will vote in an assembly Friday on whether to officially oppose a constitutional amendment to limit marriage to opposite-sex couples.
Target offers same-sex marriage greeting cards
The Minneapolis-based discount giant has not taken a stance on the controversial amendment to ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota, but Target stores are now selling greeting cards honoring gay couples. The cards feature phrases like "Mr. & Mr." and "Two very special women, one very special love."
Can 'true Catholics' support same-sex marriage?
Former Roman Catholic priest Jim Smith left the church about 10 years ago. He told CNN his main concern was with the church's stance against same-sex marriage. Smith says he is still a Catholic despite actively campaigning against Minnesota's constitutional amendment that would define marriage as only between one man and one woman. He has also formed a group to persuade other Catholics to vote against the measure this fall.
Twin Cities archdiocese gave $650,000 to support gay marriage ban
Archbishop John Nienstedt strongly supports a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. He says such a ban is in line with the core teachings of the church.
Voters shift toward 'no' on gay-marriage ban. Really?
A new poll reveals that public opinion has shifted in Minnesota, suggesting that state voters might not support a gay marriage ban. If voters rejected a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, it would be a first in the United States. Can the poll results be real?
In 1971, what was the Minnesota Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage?
On Oct. 15, 1971, the Minnesota Supreme Court made an historic stand on the same-sex marriage issue. What was its ruling? For the answer, click on the headline above...
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