Minnesotans United for All Families (MUAF) is announcing a handful of Republican supporters in their effort to squash the GOP-led ballot imitative to ban gay marriage in 2012.
The vote on Minnesota’s proposed constitutional amendment on gay marriage is more than a year away, but the opposing sides in the battle for public opinion are already gearing up — and all signs point to an expensive slugfest.
The Independence Party's joining of Minnesotans United for All Families is the latest sign the group will comprise a broad swath politically active groups.
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