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Minnesota News Roundup: Air traffic from Minnesota to the East Coast starting to be restored

November 1, 2012 in Pierce County Herald

Air traffic from Minnesota to the East Coast is slowly being restored in the wake of “Superstorm Sandy,” with J-F-K and Newark Airports now re-opened while LaGuardia remains closed. Continue Reading

Obama returns home, readies for re-election bid

January 3, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Air Force One landed just before daybreak in Washington this morning after an overnight flight from the island of Oahu. The president is returning from vacation the same day Republican presidential candidates square off in the Iowa caucuses, the first nominating contest of the 2012 campaign. Obama plans to make his presence in the campaign known quickly. Continue Reading

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Ex-candidate Pawlenty heads back on road in Sept.

August 25, 2011 in INFORUM

ST. PAUL Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is ready to make his return to the podium, albeit without the status of being in the Republican presidential hunt. Continue Reading

As others see it: Let’s get it done

July 28, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

The dysfunction of democracy remains evident in Washington today as the House and Senate struggle to forge a workable compromise on the United States debt.
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Letter: Budget discussions in full gear this week

March 22, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

On Thursday, the Senate Agriculture and Rural Economies Committee began omnibus budget bill discussion and public testimony. We were scheduled vote on the bill Tuesday. Continue Reading

Primary include contests for GOP and Democratic spots on ballots

September 9, 2010 in RiverTowns.net

Area citizens will vote Tuesday, Sept. 14, to choose a Democratic candidate for the 30th District seat in the Assembly and a Republican candidate for the state’s Third District seat in Congress. Statewide primary contests also include choosing a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and both Democratic and Republican candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and state treasurer.
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