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Minnesota seeks assistance from National Guard for Super Bowl

Minnesota will soon be hosting the championship game of the National Football League. And Minnesota wants help from its National Guard. Via Libor Jany of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Governor Mark Dayton has been asked to mobilize the National Guard to assist with security in connection with the Super Bowl. In a letter to Dayton, Mayor [more]
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