Minnesota voters turn back gay marriage, photo ID proposals
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota voters turned back two constitutional amendments Tuesday, defeating proposals to ban gay marriage and require a photo ID for voting that had once been seen as likely winners.
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