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Controversial Sanford Health sign in downtown Minneapolis to be removed

Target Corp. officials tell the Star Tribune they now have discretion over the sign as part of their renewed naming rights deal with the Target Center. The Sanford sign will be removed at the end of the month.
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Target Corp. officials tell the Star Tribune they now have discretion over the sign as part of their renewed naming rights deal with the Target Center. The Sanford sign will be removed at the end of the month.

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