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House chairman: Employee payout investigation won't prompt an emergency hearing

Rep. Bud Nornes, who heads the Higher Education Committee, tells KSTP-TV the issue does not require emergency hearings but he’s open to discussing it during the regular legislative session.
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Rep. Bud Nornes, who heads the Higher Education Committee, tells KSTP-TV the issue does not require emergency hearings but he’s open to discussing it during the regular legislative session.

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