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Two House races and a Senate race will be on the ballot this November.
The project is one of two being expedited with the "We Can't Wait" initiative.
The congressman told MinnPost in a recent interview that he wants to see the U.S. government get more engaged in the region.
At a Tuesday night forum, local politicians said more funding needs to go to districts.
The project was scored poorly by the Department of Employment and Economic Development but still received some funding Thursday.
The representative called the video "amateurish and stupid," said protesters "could have written letters."
The candidate wanted out of the race but ended up winning last month's primary.
The project tied for the lowest score among 37 applicants competing for $47.5 million in bonding money.
Minnesotans United for All Families and Minnesota For Marriage are both jockeying for attention on Cooper Street at the Minnesota State Fair.
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The owner of the St. Louis Park craft beer store was at the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild exhibit on Wednesday.
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