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From Congressman Chip Cravaack U.S. Representative Chip Cravaack (MN) released the following statement on his plan for health care reform moving forward: “Ultimately, the Court’s decision will allow Obamacare to continue to limit Americans’ freedoms, gouge taxpayers, and push our country towards insolvency. Make no mistake, President Obama’s health care bill is one of the [...]

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By Jill Pertler With both hands securely positioned on the steering wheel at the currently recommended 9 and 3 (as opposed to the outdated 10 and 2), he maneuvers nearly two tons of metal over asphalt with the ease of butter melting on breakfast toast. Reflexes in cadence with the steel beneath him, he hugs [...]

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By Derrick, Knutson, associate editor All right, get ready for a rant. It’s “Web site,” not “website, “Website,” “web site” or “web-site.” Well, according to the Associated Press, any written references in news articles to pages on the jumble of wires, electricity and Mark Zuckerberg creations that is the Internet should now be referred to [...]

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By U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar Katie is a student in elementary education at Minnesota State University-Mankato who started out with a good plan to pay for her college education, including work study and some help from her parents. Katie’s well-laid plan fell apart when her mother suffered disabling injuries in an accident and Katie had [...]

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By Al Franken, Amanda Bardonner and Geoff Dittberner One of us is a U.S. Senator who will soon face a crucial decision on keeping college affordable for students in Minnesota and across  the country. The other two are college students who are accumulating college loans to pay for our education, and who know there’s a [...]

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