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Government, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Catholics Vote No held its first rally Sunday afternoon.
The Neighborhood Files
Road conditions the deciding factor.
Admitting the Vikings' importance to Minnesota, the House Minority Leader still contends the state has higher priorities than a new stadium.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Church of Christ the King will host four music groups to raise money benefiting famine victims.
The House Minority Leader reported that special interests and the richest Minnesotans came away winners as the state gets back to work.
He says Republican budget proposals would cut aid to group homes, other social services.
The Hennepin Theatre Trust gathered talented performing arts students from across the metro at the Orpheum Theater last week.
As the state gets set to put a constitutional gay marriage ban directly before voters, House Minority Leader Paul Thissen expressed disappointment and dismay at the move.
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