Former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan will take a swing through Minnesota next month for the Center of the American Experiment.
Republican U.S. Rep. Ryan, of Wisconsin, will be the featured guest at a $100 luncheon and a $5,000 pre-lunch event for the right-of-center think tank.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan arriving in Minnesota for a November 2012 Romney campaign event
The events will be on Sept. 26 at the Hilton Minneapolis in downtown Minneapolis.
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