The second historic day at the State Capitol for marriage equality began early Monday, May 13, in the sunshine for supporters and opponents of gay marriage legislation.
Eden Prairie Republican faced tough vote on marriage bill by T.W. Budig ECM Capitol reporter The morning after the big …
The Democratic-led House on Thursday (May 9) in a bipartisan vote approved marriage legislation legalizing same-sex marriage in Minnesota.
Swaying a large family photo from side to side in the State Capitol rotunda on Thursday afternoon, Brad Weber of Eden Prairie was jubilant upon learning that the gay marriage bill had passed the Minnesota House of Representatives by a 75-59 vote.
It was indeed a historical day at the Minnesota State Capitol on Thursday, May 9, as remembrances of demonstrations of the 1960s were revived with support and opposition to right to marry legislation.
For better or for worse, history is about to be made. The Democratic-led House on Thursday, May 9, is expected to vote on marriage legislation that could make Minnesota the 12th state to legalize same-sex marriage.
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The House of Representatives Friday, May 3, voted to increase the state minimum wage to $9.50 per hour over three years.
Rep. Steve Simon, DFL-Hopkins, saw his child victims’ bill pass the House on a 115-7 vote this week. But it was not without emotional debate.
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