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Troubled downtown Minneapolis nightclub, Karma, closes for good

KSTP-TV reports Karma Nightclub is closed after city officials deemed the business a public nuisance. The club fell under scrutiny this summer after a rash of violence was linked to patrons of the nightclub.
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KSTP-TV reports Karma Nightclub is closed after city officials deemed the business a public nuisance. The club fell under scrutiny this summer after a rash of violence was linked to patrons of the nightclub.

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