By Chuck Darrell
OutFront begs the question whether it's the "Minnesota way" to draw attention to their Summary of Legislative Proposals. Apparently, "fair minded common sense" is keeping the voter clueless while legislators mandate state government to redefine marriage (domestic partnership) as two persons of the same-sex.
Would it be "fair minded" to question if their proposals pass, will OutFront demand more?
After the "no compromise" strategies in CT, VT and New Jersey, "common sense" says, no.