Federal government funding voted down by Ellison, not at all by Bachmann

Nearly all of Minnesota's eight-person House delegation voted for the bill -- except for DFL Representative Keith Ellison and Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann -- who was absent because of her presidential campaign.
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Nearly all of Minnesota's eight-person House delegation voted for the bill -- except for DFL Representative Keith Ellison and Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann -- who was absent because of her presidential campaign.

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