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Bachmann's challenger paid for the PPP survey showing him leading by 2 points.
The Minnesota Legislature has set the dollar amounts cities can expect to get, and St. Michael and Albertville aren't coming up empty anymore.
A contingent of day care providers and families with children who use that care protested against Senate File 778. But the Senate and House approved the measure May 20. It is anticipated Gov. Dayton will sign it.
Early education was a huge focus in the $15.7 billion bill, which received slivers of support from Republicans in both chambers of the state capitol.
The state representative for St. Michael-Albertville proposed adding 'civil' before 'marriage' in Minnesota's new same-sex marriage law. His amendment was 'critically important,' according to Richard Painter, law professor at the University of Minnesota.
A Brookings Institution study found that the number of poor in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburbs more than doubled over the past decade.
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Otsego residents may also use the City of Albertville compost site. Hanover residents may also use the City of St. Michael compost site.
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