Court makes right call in restoring amendment questions
ST. PAUL - The Minnesota Supreme Court deserves recognition for upholding the Legislature's language on two constitutional amendment questions, striking down Secretary of State Mark Ritchie's attempt to skew the wording.
Ritchie was misusing the nonpartisan duties of his office, apparently playing politics with a pair of constitutional amendments on which Minnesotans will vote this November. The questions pertain to the photo ID and the marriage amendments.
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