Dibble Introduces MN Same-Sex Marriage at MN Senate: 'A Very Simple Bill'

Southwest Minneapolis' state representative introduced his gay-marriage bill at the Minnesota Senate Monday.

Minnesota state Sen. Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis) introduced his bill to legalize same-sex marriage Monday afternoon at the Minnesota Senate.

Dibble called it "a very simple bill. ... Sometimes the simplest bills are the most powerful."

After reading through the bill's language, substituting the version passed by the Minnesota House of Representatives on May 9, 2013, Dibble concluded by saying that the bill "is not as earth-shattering as folks might think."

Patch will continue to update readers as Monday's debate continues.

Tom Burke May 19, 2013 at 04:34 PM
The national average of custody is 90% for the mother and 10% for the father. There are many studies to prove my point. Call the center for parental responsibility for the information. Will gay marriage receive 50/50 joint physical custody?
Mike B. May 19, 2013 at 04:46 PM
Answer's very simple, Tom... Senator Dibble is a foe of heterosexuality, as he proved during his days with the violent Act-Up group, which targeted the Catholic Church. Senator Dibble is a radical "gay" rights person, and a hateful bigot toward anyone that disagrees with his "gay" agenda. Re: Governor Dayton... I pity the man, as he has no comprehension of what's going on, period. His DFL handlers make the decisions for him regarding every issue, and he passively agrees or disagrees.


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