Suddenly, There Was A Little Less Talk And A Lot More Action

The leak coming from the Minnesota House speaker’s office suite Wednesday was not the kind reporters wanted. As two reporters, looking for some information leaks, were sitting in the lobby waiting for Speaker Kurt Daudt to emerge and give details of budget talks, the sound of dripping water began — and grew louder. In a…
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