Sen. Al Franken

For five days in July 1953, Duane Broten lay wounded in the trenches on a Korean battlefield where he was held as a prisoner of war. On Sunday, the former Army sergeant from Princeton was recogonized for his heroics. Sixty years after being held captive in Korea, Sen. Al Franken pinned the Prisoner of War […]

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As Congress prepares to adjourn for the November elections, farmers, ranchers and business leaders from Minnesota and across the country have converged on the nation’s capitol. Their goal: to ratchet up the pressure for passage of a new five-year Farm Bill before the current bill expires at the end of this month. In the last […]

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