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well it is nice to see them put off the budget talks in order to pass this legislation that is opposed by over 50% of the citizens.
Thank the Republicans for the constitutional amendment that failed big-time - people realized there was nothing, but nothing but hot air on the anti side.
"The legislation being passed today is the end of marriage as we know it in Minnesota," Lee said." Really? Did your marriage end today, Lee? I know mine didn't. I no way does gay marriage affect mine, yours, or your neighbors marriage. If you're so worried about the end of marriage, why not address the divorce rate at 50% or more, Lee.
I'm betting daytonsajoke had no problems with the 2012 legislature putting off other business to be sure the constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage got on the ballot last fall. Kudos to the 2013 legislature for having the courage to do the right thing.
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