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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

Mayor Chris Swanson has until May 31 to resign. If he does not, a recall election will be scheduled for August.
Group, allowed under state law, could be a partner and take a leadership role in helping with retention, recruiting
City buildings will be closed for holiday
The two items with an immediate impact were the failure to fund the final stretch of the city's flood control project along the Red River in the bonding bill and to adjust a technicality in a sales tax bill that residents will vote on in November.

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The Industrial Commission approved a $100 million low-interest loan for Project Tundra, Minnkota Power Cooperative's ambitious $1.45 billion carbon capture venture.
The GOP candidates addressed hundreds gathered Monday on the Capitol steps after Scott Jensen and several others officially registered with the scretary of state to run in 2022. Jensen, a former state senator and Chaska family-practice physician skeptical of COVID-19 vaccines and restrictions, started campaigning for governor in 2021.
After a monthlong review, the North Dakota Secretary of State's Office rejected 5,738 of the 31,622 signatures turned in by the group for a variety of reasons, including notary errors, circulator violations and inadequately filled-out signatures.
For the second time this year a statewide ballot measure has been kept off the ballot due to problems with the signature collection process.
Jahner will give the main presentation about public safety. Roers Jones will separately address attendees as a mayoral candidate.
Marvin Lepp is a Bismarck Republican who, if elected secretary of state, says he will focus on the integrity and transparency of North Dakota's elections.

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Kayla Cross remains the fire chief in Mapleton, according to Mapleton Mayor Andrew Draeger.
Who knew it was possible to discuss a serious policy proposal amid a bunch of I'm-more-conservative-than-thou Republican primaries?
Bills in the Senate and House would have allowed the state’s tribal casinos to run in-person and mobile sports betting for people 21 and older in Minnesota. But a disagreement over whether to allow two Twin Cities-area horse racing tracks to also host betting ultimately derailed the push.

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