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June 14, 2011


Minnesota Race Not Over Yet

"A campaign finance dust-up that roiled the final weeks of Minnesota's epic 2008 Senate campaign apparently isn't quite over," the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

"Former FBI Director Louis Freeh planned to hold a news conference Tuesday to announce a new development in a dispute whether his client, Minnesota businessman Nasser Kazeminy, tried to improperly funnel $75,000 to the family of former Sen. Norm Coleman through a Minneapolis insurance company that employed Coleman's wife, Laurie."

Update: The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports no charges will be filed against Coleman or Kazeminy.














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