On May 15 (5/15), 2014, Project 515 officially declared mission complete. The 515 Minnesota statutes that once discriminated against same-sex couples and their families have been converted into inclusive policies following the freedom to marry being signed into law by Governor Mark Dayton in 2013. As of June 30, 2014, Project 515 has closed its doors.
We are confident that we're leaving the future of the LGBT movement in Minnesota in incredibly capable hands. Please visit the following partner organizations to find out more about important work on behalf of the LGBT community and supporting the majority of Minnesota lawmakers who voted 'yes' on marriage:
A history of Project 515 – through written words, videos, and campaign memorabilia – can be found through the Minnesota Historical Society: please click here
To view a short documentary of Project 515's history and legacy: please click here
To read Project 515's Final Report: please click here
Thank you for supporting Project 515. Along with thousands of Minnesotans who worked tirelessly to achieve marriage equality, we are proud to celebrate our completed mission.