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Ron Paul to visit Minnesota before Tuesday caucuses

The Star Tribune reports the Republican presidential hopeful will make a campaign stop Saturday and Monday. Paul will hold town hall meetings in Rochester, Chanhassen, St. Cloud and Minneapolis. He is also running ads in Minnesota.
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The Star Tribune reports the Republican presidential hopeful will make a campaign stop Saturday and Monday. Paul will hold town hall meetings in Rochester, Chanhassen, St. Cloud and Minneapolis. He is also running ads in Minnesota.

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