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Rick Santorum to speak at Eden Prairie church

The Republican presidential hopeful will speak during the Sunday service at Grace Church, two days before the Minnesota caucuses. He's set to visit Bemidji the same day.
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The Republican presidential hopeful will speak during the Sunday service at Grace Church, two days before the Minnesota caucuses. He's set to visit Bemidji the same day.

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