Appeals Court Won’t Reconsider Wisconsin Voter ID Cases A federal appeals court has refused to reconsider a pair of rulings affecting Wisconsin's voter ID law, meaning no more changes to the requirement are likely before the November election. Minn. Transit Officials Scrambling To Find Funds For Southwest LRT Minnesota's top transit official says the state will begin shutting down the project next week if the state doesn't find funding to continue.
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Meet The Minnesota State Fair’s Butter Sculptor! Linda Christensen has been carving butter into beautiful busts for 45 years at the Minnesota State Fair. Iron Plants May Close In Minnesota, Indiana A struggling iron mining operation says it may shut down its last operating facilities in Minnesota and Indiana.
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