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The Minnesota Independent reports that the anti-gay marriage coalition will challenge the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board’s attempt to close donation disclosure loopholes. The National Organization for Marriage, the prominent nati
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|Groups supporting gay marriage ban in the Minnesota constitution rebel against the state campaign finance board
Minnesota may end up being the first state to actually defeat a gay marriage ban by popular vote. It's far from a sure thing, with polls showing a split electorate, but a plurality of voters opposes enshrining a marriage ban in the state constitution. Anti-equality groups -- the ones who got the legislature to put the state constitutional amendment on the 2012 ballot in the first place -- are going to spend a fortune fighting to convince the on-the-fence voters that allowing same-sex couples to get hitched will somehow destroy the very fabric of society. They'll have to fight Minnesota campaign finance law to do so...