Planned Parenthood intends to use its own staff and resources to campaign specifically against two amendments on the November ballot in Minnesota, MPR reports. The group opposes the measures that would ban gay marriage and require voters to bring valid photo ID to polling places.
Those issues don't neatly fall into Planned Parenthood's missions, but the issues are important to the group's allies, MPR reports.
A SurveyUSA/KSTP poll this month shows both amendments are likely to pass.
The fight against the marriage amendment has drawn a few high-profile opponents, including Capella University, the Minnesota Orchestra and St. Jude Medical, as well as a bigger share of the money being spent on the measure.
Backers of the amendment, led by Minnesota For Marriage, are also waging a high-profile campaign. The group has been producing weekly videos, including one this week that challenges the suggestion that the amendment would be bad for the state economy: