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It's been eight months since Margaret Miles and Cathy ten Broeke said, "I do,
" becoming the first same-sex married couple in Minnesota. The moment marked a victory for equality and human dignity -- but above all, love.
Not everyone saw it that way at the time, and they still don't today. On Monday, KSTP-TV
released polling conducted by SurveyUSA
that shows Minnesotans remain split on the law, about one year after Gov. Mark Dayton signed it. Of those surveyed, 47 percent approved, 45 percent disapproved, and 7 percent were apparently plagued by indecision.
Richard Carlbom on making same-sex marriage a reality