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Ten term state DFL veteran, Mindy Greiling to step down

Roseville DFL Representative Mindy Greiling is retiring at the end of the upcoming session. Greiling says she's proud of the many accomplishments during her long time in the legislature. But she also says she leaves with a 'heavy heart', with the state owing the public school system $3.45 billion
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Roseville DFL Representative Mindy Greiling is retiring at the end of the upcoming session. Greiling says she's proud of the many accomplishments during her long time in the legislature. But she also says she leaves with a 'heavy heart', with the state owing the public school system $3.45 billion

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