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In his first week as Minnesota’s 41st governor, Tim Walz says he’s aiming to ensure communities outside the metro area are represented fairly at Minnesota’s capital.
The Governor of Minnesota will visit Duluth less than a week after he was sworn into office.
There will be no primary election on the Republican side of the special election for the District 11 seat in the Minnesota State Senate, after three Republican candidates dropped out of the race in order to support the party’s nominee.
A news conference is scheduled for noon Wednesday as DFL’ers unveil which bills they plan to introduce during the 2019 session.
Funeral arrangements have been made for Tom Rukavina, a former St. Louis County Commissioner and legislator in the Minnesota House of Representatives.