Students following in the footsteps of Minnesota lawmakers are hoping those legislators will now follow them. Fourteen "Student Senators" passed a bill that would make insulin more affordable. They did it during a summer session of a mock legislature. Now they want state lawmakers to do the same by calling a special legislative session. (0:40) WCCO 4 News – Aug. 8, 2019

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