Sen. Paul Gazelka wants to “start the conversation” about whether people with religious objections to gay marriage should be required to provide their services to same-sex couples.
U.S. Supreme Court analyst Jeffrey Toobin says “the Fox News Justice” is out of step with the court.
Legislator wins race that was seen as a referendum on her 2013 gay-marriage vote.
Businessman Bob Frey offers unfounded explaination of AIDS, makes the “science and financial impact of the gay agenda” part of his campaign.
In Wright County, where endorsements are next to godliness, some are openly defying the GOP’s instruction to back the annointed candidate.
A federal judge on Tuesday struck down Pennsylvania’s ban on gay marriage, a day after a different judge ruled likewise in Oregon. That makes eight US judges in six months whose decisions went the same way, versus none who upheld a state ban.
Westboro Baptist Church, which pickets military funerals to preach against homosexuality, has excommunicated ailing founder Fred Phelps, according to reports.
“The gay community, they have so bullied the American people,” U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says in a radio interview.
Bachmann has kept a low profile since deciding not to seek another term in the House, but ABC News got her to sit for a five-minute interview.
His take on interview: “I think of this as his first encyclical, in a way. It’s a very personal statement.”
From the Marriage Equality Party at Wilde Roast, to the first ceremonies at Minneapolis City Hall, photographer Terry Gydesen captured the historic night.
We’ll be collecting photos, videos, links, and your stories throughout the night.
“This is my ninth year in office, and this is the most positive feedback I’ve ever received,” he said.
Explore the major events from the last two years of same-sex marriage conversation in Minnesota.
The party will continue Tuesday with the governor’s signature and a follow-up outdoor musical celebration in St. Paul.
The 37-30 vote means Minnesota will become the nation’s 12th state to permit gay couples to marry.
Jubilant supporters on the Capitol steps greet a weary Sen. Scott Dibble, the Senate sponsor of the historic legislation.
Monday’s Senate vote is the next step in making Minnesota the 12th state to approve same-sex marriage.
The former Vikings punter — performing with his band, Tripping Icarus — cut something of a heroic figure Tuesday night.
Opponents disagree. They also claim that a similar New York law caused problems for those whose religious beliefs oppose same-sex marriage.