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A breakdown of gay marriage licenses in Minn.

September 2, 2013
Associated Press

A breakdown by counties of marriage licenses issued to gay and lesbian couples in Minnesota. The state became the 12th to allow same-sex marriage beginning Aug. 1 and some 1,640 couples so far have obtained a license that allow them to wed over the ensuing six months.

MORE THAN 200:

Hennepin (950) and Ramsey (264)

BETWEEN 10 AND 100:

Washington, Olmsted, Dakota, Clay, Anoka, Scott, Polk, Crow Wing, Winona, Carver, Stearns, Goodhue, Blue Earth

BETWEEN ONE AND NINE:

Cook, Isanti, Houston, Carlton, Beltrami, Wright, Nicollet, Itasca, Chisago, Rice, Cass, Steele, Sherburne, Pennington, Otter Tail, Morrison, Douglas, Nobles, Pipestone, Lyon, Kanabec, Hubbard, Freeborn, Fillmore, Aitkin, Wabasha, Clearwater, Wadena, Swift, Stevens, Redwood, Mille Lacs, Martin, McLeod, Lake, Koochiching, Chippewa, Brown, Becker

NONE:

Yellow Medicine, Wilkin, Watonwan, Waseca, Traverse, Sibley, Roseau, Renville, Red Lake, Pope, Norman, Murray, Mower, Meeker, Marshall, Mahnomen, Lincoln, Le Sueur, Lake of the Woods, Lac qui Parle, Kittson, Kandiyohi, Jackson, Grant, Faribault, Dodge, Cottonwood, Big Stone, Benton

NO DATA PROVIDED:

Pine, Rock, St. Louis, Todd

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Source: AP research

 
 

 

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