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Medical workers administer drive-up COVID-19 tests April 18 outside the Sanford Worthington Clinic in Worthington, Minnesota. The state has sent a team to ensure safe conditions in the southwestern Minnesota city, where multiple people have tested positive at a meatpacking plant. (Star Tribune via AP)
Medical workers administer drive-up COVID-19 tests April 18 outside the Sanford Worthington Clinic in Worthington, Minnesota. The state has sent a team to ensure safe conditions in the southwestern Minnesota city, where multiple people have tested positive at a meatpacking plant. (Star Tribune via AP)

Capitol Retort: Peaking early; executive power; ‘one good thing’

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Kevin Featherly, who joined BridgeTower Media in mid-2016, is a journalist and former freelance writer who has covered politics, law, business, technology and popular culture for publications and websites in the Twin Cities and nationally since the mid-1990s.

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