NOM Launches Minnesota Amendment Campaign!


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Dear Friends of Marriage,

Today, NOM is partnering with the Minnesota Family Council to launch a new campaign for a marriage amendment to the Minnesota Constitution.

Watch our latest TV ad!

For years, DFL lawmakers have blocked amendment efforts, claiming they were unnecessary, as Minnesota law already defines marriage as the union of a husband and wife. 

But last year's decision from the Iowa Supreme Court shows just how mistaken those claims are.

The need is pressing. . . .  At any time activists could file a lawsuit that would force same-sex marriage on Minnesota -- regardless of current law.  And just this spring, DFL legislators have introduced a bill that would redefine marriage in Minnesota.

Even gay marriage advocates acknowledge that the people of Minnesota oppose same-sex marriage. But politicians are putting special interests and personal agendas ahead of the interests of all Minnesotans.

It's high time legislators got an earful from their constituents, who have had enough of the political games. So we're launching a $200,000 ad campaign across the state, making sure people know what their politicians are up to.

This Minnesota ad campaign follows on the heels of highly successful campaigns in California and New Hampshire already this spring. With these targeted and timely ads, we are helping to shape the dialogue in key states across the country. Can you help us take these ads to additional states where politicians need to be held accountable for marriage?

Click here to make a secure online gift of $25, $50, or even $500 today!

Brian BrownBrian S. Brown
National Organization for Marriage
20 Nassau Street, Suite 242
Princeton, NJ 08542
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