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Mar 17, 2011

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Emengelstad

It is good to see that both Representative Newman and Senator Shimanski want to be part of finding a solution. Where is a statement from the Governor stating how he will be involved or what he will do to find a solution?

Bluestem replies: Since you asked--and ask you did--apparently, you need obvious facts pointed out to you.

You missed the part where Dayton and the DEED commissioner traveled to Hutchinson for arranged meetings with the CEO and other executives at HTI, met with local elected officials, and then held a press conference at City Hall outlining how the administration will work with the company, the laid off workers and local elected officials.

For more complete coverage, I recommend that you buy and read--carefully and slowly--the extended coverage of the visit in Thursday's Hutchinson Leader.

But perhaps, since you're the chair of a local county's Republican BPOU, you won't be able to recognize the governor's action.

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