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Minn. session could see raft of voter amendments

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Republican takeover of the Minnesota Legislature in 2010 has consequences for the 2012 ballot, as eager conservatives look to bypass Gov. Mark Dayton's veto pen and bring some of their policy goals directly to voters.

In last year's legislative session, Republicans set a statewide vote for later this year on whether to ban same-sex marriage in the state's Constitution. But it's likely not to be the only question on the November ballot.

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