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JIM HAGEDORN

Minnesota Rep. Jim Hagedorn died after a years-long battle with kidney cancer, his wife and campaign announced Friday.
Hagedorn’s wife, former GOP Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan, said that Hagedorn died Thursday night.
President Joe Biden on Thursday, Sept. 9, announced that the federal government will now require employees at all large businesses in the country to be inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine, or subject to weekly testing.
Members of the party's Executive Board met Thursday night, when Jennifer Carnahan tendered her resignation.

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Catch up here on recent federal sex trafficking charges lodged against a high-profile strategist, and the attempted ousting of Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan.
Democrats and Republicans split on the Biden Administration's response and called for help to safely evacuate U.S. citizens and allies.
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Lazzaro, indicted for sex trafficking, gave Hagedorn $31,000.
Congress needs to hold Trump accountable for his despicable un-American behavior.
Like their Republican colleagues in North Dakota and other states, the words and actions of Minnesota's congressional representatives helped incite the insurrectionists who desecrated the U.S. Capitol.
The chairman of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party on Thursday called for Hagedorn and Fischbach to be expelled from Congress as they failed to abide by their oaths to defend the U.S. Constitution against enemies foreign and domestic.

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ROCHESTER, Minn. — At almost 2 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn seemed to pull away from his challengers in Minnesota's 1st District.
Republican incumbent Jim Hagedorn is running against DFL challenger Dan Feehan for Minnesota's District 1 U.S. House seat. Here's where the two candidates stand on the issues.
Minnesota Republicans had contact with President Donald Trump during campaign stops in the state last week, days before he tested positive for the coronavirus. Several remain in isolation as the Minnesota Legislature approaches an October special session, and Congress has work to do.

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