Judge throws out Minnesota's sodomy law

Cassels, Peter
July 2001
Bay Windows;7/12/2001, pN.PAG
Deals with a lawsuit filed at the Hennepin County District Court which challenged the sodomy law in Minnesota. Ruling by judge Delila Pierce that the state's sodomy law violated the state constitution's right to privacy; Effects of the sodomy law on the state's citizens; Impact of the sodomy law on the passage of a state law banning discrimination based on sexual orientation.


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