Group in Minn. House DFL key to gay marriage fate
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — When it comes to legalizing gay marriage in Minnesota, supporters have the appearance of momentum: voters rejected a constitutional ban last fall, public opinion shows growing approval and each day seems to bring another national politician flocking to their cause.
But underneath those favorable signs, they also have a math problem.
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