The Minnesota United for All Families campaign is putting a price on its yard signs this year: ten dollars and a commitment to three hours of volunteer work. Lawn signs and t-shirts can’t vote, and it looks like the amendment preventing gay marriage will pass without more one-on-one conversations between volunteers and Minnesota citizens. Rev. Meg Riley believes there is a purpose to spreading the yard signs proclaiming “Vote No: Don’t Limit the Freedom to Marry,” even if those who want them cannot make the necessary commitment. She believes the signs make the LGBT community feel safer as they drive around their towns and neighborhoods because it helps to know where allies are.
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