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DANA FERGUSON

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Minnesota and South Dakota officials shared their challenges coming out of the pandemic and said cleaning and rider safety efforts spurred by COVID-19 would remain in place.
Law enforcement groups in the Twin Cities metro area said they had backup and were prepared to scale up staffing if civil unrest broke out around the trial.
U.S. House members from Minnesota and the Dakotas voted along party lines on the second impeachment of President Donald Trump, Republicans voting no and Democrats voting yes.
The situation has extended far longer than many people originally anticipated it would. So, the question remains: Months into the pandemic, what is the impact on education, and what does it mean for the future?
The pandemic response became politicized in a way that it hasn't in other parts of the world, and defiance of lawmakers' mitigation measures morphed into a battle cry against the establishment. And as public health experts remind the public: Mitigation measures are only as strong as their weakest link.

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