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As Sex Offender Program Marches On, Rising Costs

Minnesota lawmakers are getting nowhere over how to resolve constitutional questions about the state’s sex offender treatment program, but the same can’t be said about the program’s costs. They’re going somewhere — up. About 50 new patients enter the program every year, a growth rate that threatens to swamp existing facilities in the next few years. A Senate committee on Thursday will review a request for $7.4 million this year to renovate and expand the St. Peter treatment center; another $30 million or more is on the drawing board for future growth there and in Moose Lake.

03/15/2014

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Minn. Gay Marriage Vote Divides State’s Clergy

Members of Minnesota’s clergy are increasingly taking sides on the amendment to ban gay marriage in the state constitution.

06/08/2012

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