The coalition working to defeat the proposed constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage raised most of the money within the state.
In shareholder meetings Monday, General Mills defended its opposition to the Minnesota anti-marriage equality ballot measure, which seeks to amend the state's constitution to define marriage solely as the union of one man and one woman.
The judge suspended enforcement of a law that had been used to arrest several antigay preachers during Southern Decadence.
France could become the latest country to legalize marriage equality, and as part of the proposed change, the nation could make things easier for LGBT parents.
Mitt Romney's running mate Paul Ryan was asked about his stance on marriage equality at a rally, where he suggests that only heterosexual marriage is an American value.
The Minnesota Catholic Conference is spending $100,000 to ask for donations in support of the anti–marriage equality measure, in an appeal unusual in scope and specificity.
Senator Roy McDonald, one of four Republicans to back the marriage equality bill, trailed challenger Kathy Marchione by more votes than remained to be counted.