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Rep. Gruenhagen promises anti-transgender legislation in 2016

In an email to constituents on Thursday, Rep. Glenn Gruenhagen, a Republican from Glencoe, announced that he was introducing legislation that would apparently target...

SurveyUSA poll points to first time majority of Minnesotans support marriage equality

In a poll released by SurveyUSA and KSTP on Monday, 52 percent of Minnesotans said they agreed with President Obama's position that same-sex couples...

Gov. Dayton: Transgender inclusion in high school sports “problematic”

At a gubernatorial debate on Wednesday night, all three candidates for governor balked at directly answering whether transgender students should be included in high...

Minnesota House committee to hear marriage equality bill Monday, bill likely to pass

The House Ways and Means Committee will hear a bill to legalize marriage equality on Monday. Previously, the bill had been sent to the...

Minnesota again missing from marriage equality briefs

In an amicus brief last week, the attorneys general of 15 state that have legalized same-sex marriage asked the United States Supreme Court to...

Pastor says Minnesota gays teach kids how to masturbate

In one of the more bizarre speeches at the Minnesota Family Council's rally for a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, Hastings Pastor Brad...

Rep. Miller takes break from new career as criminal justice reformer to oppress transgender...

Content provided by Bluestem Prairie and republished with permission. For more in-depth news from Greater Minnesota, check out Bluestemprairie.com. We posted yesterday in CCA's maximum...

Anti-LGBT group taps Bachmann, Barber to raise money to repeal safe schools law

A group that fought against safe schools legislation in Minnesota is raising money to punish lawmakers who voted for the anti-bullying bill. In spring...

Gay Mormons react to church efforts to pass anti-gay marriage amendment in Minnesota

Affirmation, a group of LGBT Mormons, reacted strongly to the news that the Latter Day Saints were getting active in Minnesota. The Church of...

Entenza attacks Otto on marriage equality in Auditor race

Democrat Matt Entenza filed a last-minute challenge to State Auditor Rebecca Otto. His reason, in part, was a vote she took in 2004 in...