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How should Minnesota spend outdoors money?

The state expects to have about $31 million from the lottery to spend on outdoors projects in the next year and is asking for your ideas on how it should spend the money.
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The state expects to have about $31 million from the lottery to spend on outdoors projects in the next year and is asking for your ideas on how it should spend the money.

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