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More stadium machinations

AFTERNOON EDITION ALSO: Anoka-Hennepin policy dispute; gay marriage ruling’s mixed results; a frustrating fender-bender; hopes of legislative cooperation; and more.
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GAMC: Let’s (maybe) make a deal

PLUS: Pawlenty assesses Bush presidency, a plan to cut state troopers, and more Hecker developments.

A new year and some ongoing tales

ALSO: Minnesota, and journalism, loses one of its greats; Bachmann and the census seem headed for an ironic denouement.

Hard times for local media

ALSO: Good news and bad news about drinking; Mark Dayton wants to tax the rich; Antoine Winfield is a tackling machine.

Yawn! Most ignore elections

PLUS: Petters mysteries, Hecker finances and a light-rail decision.

Check out the big head on Minneapolis/St. Paul!

The Twin Cities is smarter than Denver. PLUS: Gingrich has a crush on Pawlenty, cougars are afoot in Eagan, and the NY Times is fascinated with paint on the Metrodome field.