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Secretary of State Simon formally rejects request from Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity
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Secretary of State Simon formally rejects request from Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity

Secretary of State Steve Simon formally rejected the request by the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity to turn over extensive personal data on nearly four million registered voters in Minnesota, citing serious doubts about the Commission’s credibility and trustworthiness. Simon formally rejected the request in a letter to the commission, which was in response…

Bannon is out
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Bannon is out

Steve Bannon is out as White House chief strategist. Bannon, a star of the so-called alt-right, with his radically conservative online publication, Breitbart, is credited with helping Donald Trump win the presidency. Trump is quoted as telling aides he was removing Bannon, but according to Bannon’s former publication, he actually submitted his resignation Aug. 7.

Trump must go
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Trump must go

The violence this past weekend in Charlottesville, Va., further underscores the urgency of rooting out domestic terrorists who have become more emboldened during the political rise of their chosen leader – now president – Donald Trump. The “Unite the Right” rally was no less a threat to America and its citizens than ISIS or any…

Arradondo named new police chief
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Arradondo named new police chief

By Harry Colbert, Jr., Managing Editor No longer able to withstand the public’s growing distrust in the Minneapolis Police Department, Janeé Harteau resigned as chief July 21. Harteau’s successor was quickly named by Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges as . Arradondo, a 28-year veteran of the force and a native of Minneapolis, is the city’s first African-American…

Transformation
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Transformation

By Randall Bradley Architect – On March 15, Thor Construction excavated its first bucketful of soil from the vacant lot at the Southeast corner of the intersection of Plymouth and Penn Avenues North in Minneapolis.

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