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February 25, 2020

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Steve Fiebiger

Nice piece. In my seven degrees of connection, I attended the same junior high in the early 70s when it was Alexander Ramsey Junior High. I then had a case with Alan Page when he worked for the Minnesota Attorney General's Office. I then argued a case before him when he sat on the state supreme court. He has always been a bright positive light for our state.

Eric Jorgenson

Fiebs, you are my best commenter! Don’t know how Page voted in your case but I bet he was fair.

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