Minnesota seat in Congress at stake in census

  • Article by: PAT DOYLE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 23, 2009 - 10:40 PM

Slowing population growth puts one of state's eight seats at risk, so officials are urging a strong response to 2010 census.

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jtormoenDec. 23, 09 8:02 AM

Oh, I can just see that this is NOT going to be pretty.

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karendavid816Dec. 23, 09 8:04 AM

How many Minnesota seniors will take up Florida residency to get Sen Nelson's Medicare Advantage deal plus no state income tax?

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olly_xDec. 23, 09 8:06 AM

That will be the day.

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Raven212430Dec. 23, 09 8:07 AM

Maybe it would get rid of one of Democrats that cannot make decisions that there consituents want.

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bejDec. 23, 09 8:09 AM

Let ACORN run the census and I bet Minnesota gains a seat.

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bejDec. 23, 09 8:11 AM

Since the Census Bureau doesn't even plan on asking citizenship the reapportionment will be based on illegal aliens as well. If that isn't a crime nothing is anymore.

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jafo9xDec. 23, 09 8:12 AM

There, that was easy.

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RedGuyInBlueStateDec. 23, 09 8:15 AM

You're getting outworked by ACORN branches in other states.

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grease151Dec. 23, 09 8:28 AM

Now we will have one less politician to complain about.

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moundminn2Dec. 23, 09 8:37 AM

Minneapolis and St. Paul can merge into one congressional district. Then we can drop from two ultra liberals to one.

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