Dayton Asks Minn. Schools To Pause Ahead Of 9/11

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is encouraging schools statewide to observe a moment of silence Friday ahead of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

The anniversary falls on Sunday. Dayton says schools should choose a time Friday for their momentary pause. He is also ordering flags to be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings from sunrise to sunset on Sunday.

Dayton was a U.S. senator at the time of the terrorist attacks.

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  1. gdog says:

    Don’t remind me that he was a Senator. Maybe he should pack up and hide out at Fort Snelling on 9/11.

    1. G Dog says:

      This person isn’t the real G Dog.

      I am.

      And I DON’T approve of this message.

  2. Lorem Ipson says:

    At least he is remembering the day as it should be remembered…as an act of terrorism. Your president in Washington D.C. wants it to be remembered as a day of service…..go figure.

  3. I'm too PC for my values says:

    A moment of silence is a prayer. So stupid.

  4. Dale Gribble says:

    Dayton and Ellison should visit a mosque on 9/11 so they can pay their respects to their heroes.

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