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“Cities find the glut of condo rentals better than foreclosures,” Star Tribune, March 10, 2012. “Rentals are viewed as better than foreclosures, but not as good as owners who have vested interest.”
“Want to bet on pull tabs funding stadium?” Fargo Forum, March 9, 2012. “Funding stadium construction with pull-tab and bingo revenue may not be a safe bet.”
“In climate wars, radicalization of researchers brings risks,” Chicago Daily Herald, March 10, 2012. “Everybody talks about the weather, as Mark Twain is famously quoted as saying, but nobody does anything about it.”
“Five things they’re not telling you about the Vikings stadium,” MinnPost, March 12, 2012. “The less said, the better. That’s a mantra that smart politicians live by. In every controversial proposal and program, after all, one or another of the gory details is bound to offend a fairly broad swath of constituents. So it goes with the Vikings stadium.”
“Minnesota Senate Cmte OKs Bill to Inspect Abortion Clinics,” LifeNews, March 13, 2012. “Legislation to require licensure of abortion centers was approved by the Minnesota Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee today on an 8-5 vote. It was the second hearing for the measure seeking women’s safety, and has the strong support of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life.”
“Chrism Mass more than a blessing,” The Catholic Spirit, March 14, 2012. “Annual gathering of people, priests and bishops is audibly, visually spectacular sign of unity.”
“St. Thomas Women Head To D3 Basketball Final 4,” WCCO, March 15, 2012. “The St. Thomas women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Division III Final Four.”