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The Board of Commissioners will revisit the issue at their regular meeting on April 2nd.
The deadline to file for the District 5 seat was 5 p.m. Tuesday.
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State Senator Erik Simonson has introduced that bill at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Three U.S. Senators from Minnesota and Wisconsin are backing a federal bill that aims to address the affordable child care shortage.