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To the Editor: Mark Uglem has done an excellent job in the Minnesota House of Representatives. His proven record as mayor combined with one term in the House gives him the perfect experience to continue serving the people of this community. Mark has shown his ability to work both sides of the aisle...Read More
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After years of debate and many lessons learned, it appears the path of the proposed 16-mile long Southwest Light Rail Transit has finally been decided. By a 14-2 vote, the Metro Council has approved the final route and the shallow tunnel option in Minneapolis. It is an option that this editorial boa...Read More
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As April opened with wind-driven snow and temperatures that still featured wind-chill readings, Minnesotans longingly looked from their windows waiting for the day when ice-covered lakes would open and fresh-water fishing could resume. It’s a way of life and in Minnesota sport fishing is a $2.8 bi...Read More
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If you had a billion dollars to spend on any public project within Minnesota, what would you choose? Would you spend $5 million to build a new security fence around the Shakopee prison, $500,000 for “pre-design” design, to improve and renovate historic Fort Snelling or $10 million to preserve pu...Read More
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“School Choice” and Minnesota schools have been partners for several decades. This is the state that gave birth to charter schools, open enrollment and post-secondary options. The state has promoted and developed high school courses that qualify for college credit, or more inclusively, post-seco...Read More
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