Saturday, May 26, 2012


MPIRG and members of the Duluth community in northern Minnesota show what marriage and family are all about . . .

Notes MPIRG on its website:

On November 6, Minnesotans will be asked to vote on two proposed amendments to our state's Constitution. Both amendments are divisive and unnecessary. Minnesota has never in its history amended the Constitution to take away people's basic democratic and human rights. This is not the Minnesota we want. We already have laws that ensure the integrity of our elections and marriage should not be used to divide our communities. Changing the Constitution is too radical of a step. We need to vote NO and protect its integrity.

Stay tuned for more as our campaign to defeat these amendments ramps up. In the meantime, check out the organized opposition efforts, of which we are a part, at these websites:

Voter ID: Our Vote, Our Future
The Anti-Marriage Amendment: Minnesotans United For All Families

See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
From Northern Minnesota, Two Excellent Rebuttals to the "Convoluted Logic" of the Bishops' Pro-Amendment Argument
Dutch Boy Sings About His Two Fathers
In Minnesota, Catholics Sing Their Support for Marriage Equality

Recommended Off-site Links:
SurveyUSA Poll Points to First Time Majority of Minnesotans Support Marriage (May 14, 2012).
Persuasion and the Gay Generation Gap – Conor Friedersdorf (The Atlantic, May 18, 2012).
U.S. Acceptance of Same-Sex Couples is the New (May 14, 2012).
The Gay Marriage Paradox: As Acceptance Rises, So Do Legal Barriers – Linda Feldmann (Christian Science Monitor via MinnPost, May 18, 2012).

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