Pro-gay marriage group promises candidate financial aid
ST. PAUL – The main group promoting Minnesota gay marriage for the last two years has announced another 10 state lawmakers it will financially support because their pro-gay marriage votes could put them in political jeopardy.
The rural and suburban lawmakers, added to five earlier announced, will get a boost from Minnesotans United political action committee.
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