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First Lady visits Minnesota to hear from local military families and organizations

Michelle Obama held a round table discussion in St. Paul Friday to learn how Minnesota programs supporting veterans and their families can serve as a model for the entire nation. The First Lady was also here to speak at a Democratic fundraiser in Minneapolis.
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Michelle Obama held a round table discussion in St. Paul Friday to learn how Minnesota programs supporting veterans and their families can serve as a model for the entire nation. The First Lady was also here to speak at a Democratic fundraiser in Minneapolis.

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