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'''Municipal Briefs in opposition''' - Knowing your opposition's tactics is a powerful tool
 
'''Municipal Briefs in opposition''' - Knowing your opposition's tactics is a powerful tool
* [[Image:StPbrief.pdf|St Paul]]
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* [[Media:StPbrief.pdf|St Paul]]
* [[Image:Rocbrief.pdf| Rochester Brief]]
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* [[Media:Rocbrief.pdf| Rochester Brief]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:43, 18 June 2009

"Can a city force a landlord to put in things like bathroom ventilation and those special electrical outlets for kitchens?

In a Morris, Minn., case that could have far-reaching implications for municipalities all over Minnesota, the state Supreme Court said no." - TwinCities.com

Supreme Court Decision

Municipal Briefs in opposition - Knowing your opposition's tactics is a powerful tool

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