Introduction to the “Marriage Amendment: I Do, I Don’t” Video
The Marriage Amendment issue is very hot in Minnesota! Want to learn more about it before voting on November 6th?
MNCDHH has partnered with David Wermus and Bill Hanley at TPT Public Television to add American Sign Language (ASL) narration to their 1-hour special video about the Marriage Amendment issue. Captions are also available.
On November 6th, voters will decide if the State Constitution should define marriage as a union between a man and a woman, banning same-sex marriage.
The “Marriage Amendment: I Do, I Don’t” special video from the Almanac show looks at both sides of the Marriage Amendment question and interviews a variety of people, including lawmakers, families, and faith leaders.
In this special video, you will see the following topics:
Marriage Amendment Nuts’n‘Bolts
Battle over the Marriage Amendment
Amending the Constitution: How is it done?
Why are we voting on a Constitutional Amendment?
Respectful talk from key lawmakers
The Marriage Amendment battle in rural Minnesota
Two Minnesota couples say why it really matters
In-depth look at campaign ads
Respectful conversations among churchgoers
Minnesota’s faith leaders & the Marriage Amendment
Watch the Video with ASL & Captions
Are you an “I do” or an “I don’t” when it comes to Minnesota’s proposed marriage amendment? In November, voters decide if the state Constitution should define marriage as a union between a man and a woman, banning same-sex marriage. Almanac host Mary Lahammer explores both sides of the high-stakes fight.