It seems if you are wealthy enough and crafty enough, you can flout the rules and walk away.
Recent polling has suggested that the vote on the proposed constitutional amendment prohibiting gay marriage is going to be extremely close. A survey released Monday by Public Policy Polling showed that 49 percent of respondents were opposed to the marriage amendment, while 46 percent supported it.
Republicans won an unequivocal victory on Monday in a pair of Minnesota Supreme Court rulings on issues related to constitutional amendments on the November ballot.
Conservatives looking forward to seeing two of their signature issues voted on this November as constitutional amendments were outraged when Secretary of State Mark Ritchie unveiled the titles that will introduce the questions on the ballot.
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