Justices seem ready to OK census question on citizenship

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The Supreme Court's conservative majority seemed ready Tuesday to uphold the Trump administration's plan to ask about citizenship on the 2020 census, despite evidence that millions of Hispanics and immigrants could go uncounted.
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Walz names chief inclusion officer to diversify state workforce

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The graduation-rate gap between white students and all students of color was about 17 percent — down about a percentage point from a year earlier.
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The graduation-rate gap between white students and all students of color was about 17 percent — down about a percentage point from the previous year.

Minnesota graduation rate hits all-time high; racial gap narrows

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More than 83 percent of students graduated on time, with some progress in narrowing the achievement gap.
Lee's Liquor Lounge, in the shadow of the Twins Stadium.
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A Minneapolis honky-tonk landmark, Lee's Liquor Lounge is closing after 62 years

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Manuel Franco of West Allis, Wis., winner of second-highest Powerball lottery in history, attends a news conference at the Wisconsin Department of Rev
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$768M Wisconsin Powerball winner 'pretty much felt lucky'

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Black culture takes the ice with Twin Cities skating troupe Brownbody

Modern dance meets African-American culture — on skates — in the work of Twin Cities troupe Brownbody.
Scott Studwell retired after a 42-year career with the Vikings.
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Scott Studwell says he's retiring after 42 years with Vikings

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Identical twin actors star in separate Guthrie Theater shows at the same time

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View from Iowa: Pete Buttigieg has made an impressive start, but it's time to get more granular

The candidate can be short on specifics, saying, for instance, that "as Democrats, we sometimes have a tendency to lead with the policy minutiae" and that it's important to "win the values argument, too."