Margaret Miles, (Longer Hair) and Cathy ten Broeke (Shorter Hair) will be the first same-sex couple to lead more than 40...
Couples celebrated their new right to wed in midnight ceremonies across the state.
42 couples were scheduled to marry at City Hall in Minneapolis. Afterwards, the Hotel Minneapolis put on a reception for...
Mall of America was the scene of many marriages as the new Minnesota statute allowing same-sex marriage went into effect...
Como Park Zoo & Conservatory was the scene of many marriages as the new Minnesota statute allowing same-sex marriage went...
Margaret Miles and Cathy ten Broeke are the first same-sex couple married by Mayor R.T. Rybak at midnight August 1,...
Erin Keyes and Liberty Lucken talk about the last 18 months and how their lives have changed after Minnesota legalized same-sex marriage.
In courthouses and city halls around the state, wedding preparations are underway as the first gays and lesbians prepare for their new and uncharted lives as legally married couples.
The Chapel of Love at the Mall of America will perform its first same-sex wedding the minute gay marriage becomes legal in Minnesota.
Local wedding businesses, with little or no experience with same-sex weddings, are trying to leverage what they expect will be a significant boom in business when Minnesota's same-sex marriage law takes effect next week.
With same-sex marriage about to become legal in the state, clergy are recrafting parts of the service. The new dynamics require new language — no more “I now pronounce you man and wife” — and ceremonial changes.
Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey says churches that object don't have to perform ceremonies, but wedding businesses can't deny services to same-sex couples.
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