"These ballot measures are so expensive and so divisive," said Monica Meyer, executive director of OutFront Minnesota, the state's biggest gay-rights group. "If we can defeat this, it sends a strong message that at some point soon these things just aren't going to be brought up at all any more."
"If a student is facing significant bullying, they're not living up to what the school experience should be about. It just cuts everything short," said Monica Meyer, executive director of OutFront Minnesota. "A lot of students skip school, they get sick more often, they're nervous every day, scared."