Court: Coleman must pay Franken $95,000 in court costs

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: June 11, 2009 - 1:31 PM
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jesseventuraJun. 10, 09 4:21 PM

wins the appeal at the supreme court? Does Al have to reimburse that money + some?

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nonau55Jun. 10, 09 4:26 PM

CHEERS FOR AL

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francispeterJun. 10, 09 4:29 PM

would force Coleman to reimburse the state's taxpayers for the amount of time we have been without a US senator. He has cost Minnesota far more than any service he has ever provided.

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francispeterJun. 10, 09 4:29 PM

would force Coleman to reimburse the state's taxpayers for the amount of time we have been without a US senator. He has cost Minnesota far more than any service he has ever provided.

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northstar21Jun. 10, 09 4:29 PM

at the rate Obama adminstration in spending money, this $95,000 is worth it just to postpone having Obama's puppet in Washington.

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mac56Jun. 10, 09 4:30 PM

Nasser Kazeminy's got it covered.

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Average_JoeJun. 10, 09 4:31 PM

....since there's another article mentioning the name Norm Coleman. Just watch!

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realityworksJun. 10, 09 4:31 PM

that Franken represents Minnesota in any way. The guy annoys me so bad...

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Average_JoeJun. 10, 09 4:34 PM

Yeah, because we know liberals don't really believe in "justice for all", just them. No others are worthy of being able to appeal in court. Never mind that pesky constitution thing, they don't like it anyway.

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off2atmJun. 10, 09 4:34 PM

Poor norm! 1st he loses to a pro wrestler, then a comedian. If he tries federal court, he will have no friends or money.

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