Many predict that the Minnesota governor candidates in the Legislature, including House Speaker Margaret Anderson Kelliher who more than anyone can affect the tone of the session, will want to get out early and hit the campaign trail. On the other hand, some Capitol insiders claim that the candidates will feel they can get more free publicity by filibustering at the Legislature, so the crowded race actually could prolong the session.
The lively crowd gathered for U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s health care town hall forum turned feisty at times, drowning out speakers with applause and boos. Bachmann’s Thursday afternoon forum drew several hundred people, who packed a roughly 420-seat school auditorium. A couple of hundred more watched by video from the cafeteria. Bachmann’s staff said there was room for 800 people.
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