The Builders Association of the Twin Cities is taking its fight against mandatory fire sprinklers to a July 15 hearing scheduled before the Minnesota Court of Appeals in St. Paul.
Lobbyist principals spent at least $62.8 million making their case to legislative, administration and metropolitan government officials last year.
Independence Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner was endorsed by two PACs affiliated with real estate groups.
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