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Crowds cheered on Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday evening after he signed a bill making Minnesota the 12th state in the nation, and the third in three weeks, to allow same-sex marriage. "Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness certainly includes the...
Tags: Social Issues, Politics, Gays and Lesbians, Family, Elections
Minnesota is poised to become the 12th state to legalize same-sex marriage as the state Senate approved legislation Monday, flooding the Capitol building with cheers from supporters. Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton announced that he would sign the bill...
Tags: Social Issues, Politics, Gays and Lesbians, Government, Family
Minnesota is poised to become the second Midwestern state to legalize same-sex marriage after the state House of Representatives approved a bill Thursday that would allow the practice. The House had been considered the measure's toughest hurdle. The...
A fierce storm hugged the eastern portion of the nation in an icy, wet grip Thursday, spawning strong winds, tornadoes and the possibility of floods through the region where just days ago spring was beginning to bloom. At least one death related to...
Nation NowProposition 8: An appeals court ruling on Proposition 8 was seen as a victory not only for gays and lesbians in California, but also for gays and lesbians fighting for same-sex marriage in other parts of the country....
Top of the TicketDemocrat Obama talks of reducing growing medical backlogs at VA hospitals and proposing a hiring credit for returning veterans....
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersIn every speech Republican presidential hopeful Tim Pawlenty gives these days, he touts his fiscal record during his eight years as governor of Minnesota. "I drew a line in the sand," he likes to say, bragging that he vetoed every tax increase and...
Top of the TicketVice president gets the midterm election date wrong, but he was adamant about it....
Times Staff WriterIn the eight years since they began pressing for the tough bankruptcy bill being debated in the Senate, America's big credit card companies have effectively inoculated themselves from many of the problems that sparked their call for the measure. By...
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Times Staff WritersDefense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld broadly apologized today for the abuses of Iraqi prisoners in U.S. custody and sent a sharp warning that "many more" images and videos exist depicting violence on the captives. In hearings today on Capitol Hill,...
Federal News ServiceFollowing is testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, as provided by Federal News Service. SEN. JOHN WARNER: The committee meets today for the second of a series of hearings regarding the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners by some elements...
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Stateline.orgWASHINGTON Momentum in the states to allow gay marriage may be about to stall. Recent victories have given same-sex marriage advocates hope that the tide has turned in their long-running fight for marriage equality, given the number of states approving...
Tags: Regional Authority, Gays and Lesbians, Family, Elections, Laws
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