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Here is how independent political organizations are spending money for or against Minnesota House and Senate candidates, broken down by the affiliation of the groups spending the money and whether it was targeted to a House or Senate candidate:
Political organizations that have spent the most this cycle, not including transfers made to other political organizations:
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A report by United Educators offers a glimpse into sexual assault complaints on campus. The company, which insures colleges and universities, analyzed 305 reports of sexual assault at 104 schools from January 2011 to December 2013. It describes the accuser and accused as "victim" and "perpetrator."
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