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A state trooper assigned to protect Gov. Mark Dayton orders Fremont Gruss to remove a sign protesting the governor's plan to sign up for an expanded federal medical program. The trooper took the sign, but allowed Gruss to remain in the governor's reception room during a ceremony.

Dayton gives health-care protesters the mic

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ST. PAUL -- Mark Dayton's first official act as Minnesota governor, signing up for a federal medical program, drew a large protest and he handed over microphone to three people who oppose his action.

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