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With the flash of gavels at noontide the 2012 legislative session began Tuesday with brief floor sessions in the House and Senate. In the Senate, former Majority Leader Sen. Amy Koch sat quietly, sometimes resting her chin on her hand, as her replacement, Senate Majority Leader David Senjem, R-Rochester, led the Senate in first-day formalities. […]

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Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday, Jan. 24 retraced the factors that led him to abandon the Linden Avenue site in downtown Minneapolis — the proposed Vikings’ stadium site he has gently leaned towards — to the conclusion the only chance of success this legislative session lies with the Metrodome. Dayton spoke on the eve of […]

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Joe Walsh, Princeton resident and attorney with Curott & Associates of Milaca, has announced his candidacy for the Minnesota Legislature. Walsh made his announcement Saturday, Jan. 21 at a DFL breakfast in Milaca. Walsh is the youngest of five siblings, raised by a farmer on one of the family’s two Century Farms. Four years ago, […]

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