The Daily Digest

The Senate passed a key test vote on a bill that would overhaul the nation’s health care system. It looks like the Senate will pass the bill on Christmas Eve.

DFL Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken both voted for it.

Klobuchar defended the bill on Fox News Sunday.

A liberal group may target Franken over the health care bill.

The New Republic says the Republicans blundered by not cooperating on a bill.

President Obama called a deal on climate change a “significant step forward.”

The line is still drawn on climate change even after the Copenhagen summit.

12 Gitmo detainees are transferred to their home countries.

Klobuchar and Franken want quick action on the Asian Carp.

Some aren’t happy with a Coast Guard plan to regulate fishing guides. DFL Rep. Jim Oberstar is mentioned.

Under the Dome

A quirky tax law means hidden cost for shoppers.

Gov. Pawlenty is tempering expectations on a new Vikes stadium.

The need for heat aid is higher this year.

An FBI task force joins the anti-gang effort in Minnesota.

2010 Race for Governor

The Minneapolis Police Federation goes after Democrat R.T. Rybak.

The Star Tribune takes a look at how casino money is going to candidates.

The Pi Press says the GOP candidates want to cut cut cut.

It’s a light campaign week for the candidates. Here’s the schedule.

Pawlenty for Prez Watch

Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour will speak to the MNGOP in February.

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