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Minnesota: anti-gay marriage group asks for investigation of pro-gay marriage group's campaign status

AP reports: A group pushing to ban gay marriage asked state campaign finance regulators Tuesday to investigate whether several gay rights organizations broke Minnesota's public disclosure laws.

Minnesota Citizens in Defense of Marriage - whose own reporting practices have been under scrutiny - contended that OutFront Minnesota isn't revealing enough about its activities to keep the issue of same-sex unions off the ballot in November.

The complaints from Jeff Davis, president of the marriage group, also said several smaller groups - Faith, Family, Fairness Alliance; Equality Minnesota; PFLAG Northfield; and an unnamed St. Cloud group - should be registered with the state as political committees working to influence a ballot question on the definition of marriage. --

Gay marriage groups fight for credibility

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