Second Attempt To Repeal Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment Fails

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Click on photo to watch Senator Jeff Hayden try to repeal an anti-gay marriage constitutional amendment slated to be on the fall ballot.

Click on photo to watch Senator Jeff Hayden try to repeal an anti-gay marriage constitutional amendment slated to be on the fall ballot.

DFL lawmakers make a second attempt to repeal the Minnesota constitutional amendment on marriage that is on this fall’s ballot, this time to “pay for” the unknown cost of the voter photo ID constitutional amendment.

The motion by Senator Jeff Hayden (DFL-Minneapolis) was defeated on an 8-5 party line vote.

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