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During a news conference on Tuesday, the Democratic-Farmer-Labor governor said voters would have a large say in future access to abortion in Minnesota and asked them to back his reelection bid.
More than 170 group homes across Minnesota have closed since the fall.
The money would allow the school to demolish its 1914 building, its 1938 building and part of its 1961 buildings.
The top priority for Minnesota anti-abortion groups following the overturning of Roe v. Wade is winning elections in November. But even with the state Legislature and governor's office, passing sweeping bans could be a far reach.

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Despite last month's uncertainty, the council moved ahead with Oxford Street reconstruction plans after securing additional federal funding.
"After we shed a few communal tears, we wiped them and we took a deep breath, and we got to work,” a women's health clinic employee told a crowd of hundreds who gathered outside the federal courthouse in downtown Minneapolis Friday evening. “Because we have to give the same care to the patients we saw yesterday and to the patients we saw today because we still need abortion care.”
Minnesota could become an island for abortion access in the Midwest in the wake of Supreme Court decision on abortion.
Staff shortages, hiring difficulties and employment in general came up repeatedly throughout Tuesday's school board meeting.
Tom Walsh Sr. spoke to members Tuesday night at the GreatLife Duffer's Bar and Grill to address concerns and questions.
Republican leaders rebuff idea

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Since Tuesday's trial, his photo and biography have been removed from the South Dakota Attorney General's website.
The District 518 Board of Education approved changes in employment for many employees at its June 21 meeting.
Impeachment trial of Jason Ravnsborg lasts only a day.

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