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Minn. handgun permits hit record in year of pandemic, unrest

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Minnesota's soaring number of permitted holders came in a year in which the FBI conducted a record 39 million background checks for firearm sales nationally.
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Nurse Linda Nordquist administered a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to LeAnn Schuerman, 78, of Brooklyn Park, on Feb. 2 at Minnetonka Medical Center.

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