Bob Mac Murdo struggled with how he would vote on Minnesota’s marriage amendment a full year before it appeared on the ballot. Once he settled on his vote, though, he says he never looked back.
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A year ago, as she worked through how she’d vote on Election Day, Cheyenne Bishop felt as though she was being pulled between her beliefs (she’s Mormon) and wanting a cousin, who identifies as bisexual, to be able to have the same rights as others who wish to marry.
Four states put same-sex marriage in the hands of voters yesterday. And the results are in from three. What do the results of these votes mean to you? Do they change anything for you or someone you know? Practically? Emotionally? What will you do next?
Listen to the stories of doubt, indecision, religion, science, memories, childhood and relationships that have informed the decision-making of a handful of Minnesotans as they prepare to vote Nov. 6.
Maren and Scott Christenson discussed tax policy on their first date. They didn’t agree. They still don’t — on that issue and so many others. How do they make it work?
What’s driving that cost? Is it the venue? The flowers? The dress? Listen to reflections and tips — and browse through photos as sources share their wedding stories.
Asians are now the fastest-growing immigrant group in the United States — and more than one-third of newly married Asian-American women choose non-Asian husbands. So we wondered: Does race matter in a relationship? Has it in yours?
When the average wedding costs $27,000, how do brides and grooms — especially those saddled with college and grad-school debt — approach planning a wedding?
In the cacophony that often surrounds polarizing topics like that of same-sex marriage, people engaged in the discussion don’t often get to ask questions of those who disagree with them. We hope to change that.
In order to start a civil discussion about same-sex marriage in America, we asked people from our Public Insight Network to tell us the stories behind their thoughts on the matter AND to give us questions they’d ask people who think differently about the issue than they do. This question from Jennifer in St. Paul,… Read more »