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Dean now ruffling feathers in Iowa

Bradlee Dean, the right-wing minister who upset many with a controversial opening prayer in the state house last year, is now causing a stir at an Iowa public school. Beth Hawkins at MinnPost puts together the pieces.
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Bradlee Dean, the right-wing minister who upset many with a controversial opening prayer in the state house last year, is now causing a stir at an Iowa public school. Beth Hawkins at MinnPost puts together the pieces.

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