State Fair visitors have questions after redistricting
ST. PAUL — Many Minnesota voters don’t know where they are.
At least, many don’t know where they live in terms of political districts after congressional, legislative and many local boundaries were redrawn earlier this year.
REDWOOD FALLS — Farmers listening to the two major-party candidates for U.S. Senate may not have understood just where they stood on some issues after a Farmfest forum, but they could not have missed two points.
ST. PAUL — The question on everyone’s mind during a news conference about a special disaster aid legislative session was whether Republican leaders could keep their members from bringing up other issues.
ST. PAUL — Conventional political wisdom is that a gay-marriage prohibition on the Nov. 6 ballot would pit Democratic-Farmer-Laborites against Republicans.
“It is not that cut and dried,” Chuck Darrell said.
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota House minority leader declared that the U.S. Supreme Court settled “once and for all” the federal health-care law dispute.
The state’s senior U.S. senator said the court put “the law above politics.”
Yes and no.
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