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After unsuccessful efforts in two recent sessions to push legislation toughening regulations related to the PolyMet mining project near Hoyt Lakes, DFL Rep. Alice Hausman now has a simpler strategy for 2011: Play defense on any front that presents itself.
There will be 60 new legislators wandering the Capitol halls when the 2011 session starts - an impressive figure, but it pales beside the number of lobbyists and PR people who are presently scrambling to figure out who all those new faces belong to.
The New Republic has compiled a list of the country's "craziest Republican candidates." At the top of the lefty publication's roll call: Tom Emmer.
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