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State GOP's money woes lead to eviction papers

Massachusetts-based Hub Properties Trust filed paperwork in Ramsey County on Wednesday to evict the state GOP for failing to pay more than $96,000 in rent at its St. Paul office, Politics in Minnesota is reporting. This move is the latest in long line of financial troubles for the party.
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Massachusetts-based Hub Properties Trust filed paperwork in Ramsey County on Wednesday to evict the state GOP for failing to pay more than $96,000 in rent at its St. Paul office, Politics in Minnesota is reporting. This move is the latest in long line of financial troubles for the party.

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