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State suspends Farmington day care's license after death of 3-month-old boy

A Farmington day care's provider's license has been suspended by Minnesota regulators following the death of a 3-month-old infant in her care on Tuesday. The death was the eighth in an in-home day care this year.
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A Farmington day care's provider's license has been suspended by Minnesota regulators following the death of a 3-month-old infant in her care on Tuesday. The death was the eighth in an in-home day care this year.

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