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Legislative session will reprise some familiar issues

When they convene in St. Paul, lawmakers will work on issues including a future budget shortfall, how to create jobs, a Vikings stadium, and whether to require an ID to vote. Sound familiar?
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When they convene in St. Paul, lawmakers will work on issues including a future budget shortfall, how to create jobs, a Vikings stadium, and whether to require an ID to vote. Sound familiar?

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