ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Democrats are taking over
the Minnesota Legislature, but leaders are cool to any move to change
the state constitution.
That has something to do with
voters' rejecting two constitutional amendments earlier this month - one
to ban gay marriage and one to require photo ID to vote. Republicans
put those on the ballot, and they are blamed for costing the GOP their
Sen. Tom Bakk and Rep.
Erin Murphy, who will lead Democrats in their respective chambers, say
amendments aren't a priority for now.
One factor may be that their
party also holds the governorship. Republicans passed amendments in part
to work around Gov. Mark Dayton, who opposed them on both issues but
had no power to block the amendments from a citizen vote.
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