December 6, Perry v. Scott] Douglas K. Huffpost Gay Voices. He said he would be "hard-pressed to conclude that SB is content- and viewpoint-neutral. In opposition to the bill, the Rev. Views Read Edit View history.
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Retrieved July 13, If the law is approved, Minnesota would become the 12th state in the country to allow gay marriage. The ruling caused a variety of issues for states that did not recognize same-sex marriage, due to conflicts between state and federal law relating to tax breaks, pension rights, and other benefits.
In , the Minnesota Legislature passed the law that inserted the traditional, male-female definition of marriage into state law. In , the U. From the beginning, the LFOC called for radical change. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Menu House Minnesota House of Representatives.
The bill proposed an amendment to the Minnesota Constitution stating that marriage is the union of one man and one woman.