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Listen: Duluth city council may vote to spend more than $100,000 on lobbying

Also in today’s episode, St. Louis County looks to fund opioid programs

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Here is your Duluth News Tribune Minute podcast for Monday, Jan. 23, 2023.

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With three branches of state government under DFL control, city officials see a unique opportunity to make gains.

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