Politics

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Feb. 08, 2009
Feb. 06, 2009
Al Franken said Friday he's ready to join Senate.
Feb. 05, 2009
Tuition to stay below 10 percent, the president vowed.
Feb. 05, 2009
Franken lawyer Marc Elias told the court Thursday that citizens are being deprived of their right to have two senators.
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  • Associated Press
Feb. 04, 2009
Feb. 03, 2009
Judges opened the door Tuesday to adding nearly 5,000 absentee ballots.
Feb. 03, 2009
Judges may look at 5,000 previously-rejected absentee ballots.
Feb. 02, 2009
Trial bares mark of Bush v. Gore, leaves Klobuchar alone in Washington.
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  • Associated Press
Feb. 02, 2009
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  • Associated Press
Feb. 01, 2009
Feb. 01, 2009
The incumbent Gordon will face off with Charles Carlson, a University graduate student, in Ward 2. The rest of the Council is guaranteed to see some shakeup, as three incumbents won't be running for reelection.
Jan. 29, 2009
The deputy secretary of state also testified briefly about the 133 ballots missing from Dinkytown.
Jan. 28, 2009
The judges will also hear testimony concerning Coleman’s stances on absentee ballots.
Jan. 27, 2009
In a move that would cut $151 million from the University of Minnesota’s state aid over the next two years, Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposed a cut Tuesday of more than 8 percent from state higher education for the upcoming 2010-11 biennium. The state faces a nearly $5 billion budget deficit, a number expected to grow in the coming months.
Jan. 27, 2009
Absentee voters whose ballots were not counted testified.
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