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T.W. W. Budig

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Larson Publications Newspapers

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Larson Publications Newspapers

33 Second St. N.E. Box 280

Osseo, Minnesota,55369

United States

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Morrison County Record


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ECM Publishers , Inc.


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Health and Human Services Finance Committee

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by T.W. Budig
Tyler Newman, a college student from Eagan, read a statement before a Senate committee on Wednesday (March 7) in support of a state minimum wage increase. (Photo by T.W. Budig) Tyler Newman, a college student from Eagan, read a statement before a Senate committee on Wednesday (March 7) in support of a state minimum wage increase. (Photo by T.W. Budig) Tyler Newman, a college student from Eagan, read a statement before a Senate committee on Wednesday (March 7) in support of a state minimum wage increase. (Photo by T.W. Budig)


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by T.W. Budig
ECM Capitol Reporter Assisted by license plate reader technology, police can drive through parking lots, automatically checking license plates as they go. Readers can be placed in squads or fixed in place. (Photo by T.W. Budig) Assisted by license plate reader technology, police can drive through parking lots, automatically checking license plates as they go. Readers can be placed in squads or fixed in place. (Photo by T.W. Budig) Lawmakers have been grappling with privacy issues relating to automatic license plate readers. How long law enforcement should retain license plate data and whether the information should be public or private are key concerns. (Photo by T.W. Budig) Lawmakers have been grappling with privacy issues relating to automatic license plate readers. How long law enforcement should retain license plate data and whether the information should be public or private are key concerns. (Photo by T.W. Budig)


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by T.W. Budig
ECM Capitol Reporter She will make the decision by early next year, she said, whether she intends to run for governor.


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