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AMY KLOBUCHAR

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The new electric buses will replace six aging buses which travel an estimated 173,300 miles annually, consuming over 30,000 gallons of fuel.
Klobuchar has been an announcer for the Congressional Women’s Softball Game since 2011. On Wednesday she was scheduled to reprise that role alongside CNN’s Dana Bash and NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, providing play-by-play for the contest pitting lawmakers against journalists.
From the editorial: "The fallout from Google's and Facebook's practices on local newsrooms is disturbing to anyone who values reliable information."
From the column: "With exemplary leadership, the nickel mined on the Iron Range will power the world’s next generation of cellphone technology. The entire northern shelf of the state, blessed with its cool temps, is a natural fit for high-tech companies that might want to locate (here)."
From the column: "As a nation and as a state, we have an obligation to support those who never hesitated to put their lives on the line when our country was at risk."
From the column: "What about bad guys shooting each other in the streets? Do they really want to meet the other shooter's mom?"

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During a visit Tuesday, the U.S. senator said she and other legislators helped keep the base eligible for F-35s last year. Now, the Air Force needs to be convinced Duluth is the right place for the more modern aircraft.
From the column: "With the release of the latest version, the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, what’s become clear is that Klobuchar hasn’t aimed to get the full support of the Democratic caucus or to tackle the problems raised in committee."
From the editorial: "The current system for digital advertising is hardly a level playing field — to the disadvantage and downfall of local news sources. Sen. (Mike) Lee went so far as to call the current system 'broken'."

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