WASHINGTON -- Sen. Amy Klobuchar took advantage of the appearance of "Hamilton" producer Jeffrey Seller on the Commerce Committee to push for the famous hip hop musical's traveling show to come to Minnesota.

Klobuchar submitted a rap:

How does a Great-Laked, north state, home of a Prince and some

Gophers, nice, in that we're always so

Polite, the might of good Midwesterners, by watchfulnees

So populous with fanfare

Get Hamilton the musical to tour there?

Mr. Seller, do not throw away Minnesota's shot.

Seiler was appearing last week to talk about the effect of "bots" on Hamilton ticket prices. Klobuchar has a bill on banning the use of ticket bots. It passed out of committee last week. 
 

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