Senate approves tax hike for tax cut
ST. PAUL - Two young girls were skipping rope just down the street from 1006 Summit Ave. in St. Paul.
They were laughing during their Thursday morning playtime, enjoying each other's company.
At 1006, the governor's official residence, Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party legislative leaders downed French toast, bacon, fresh fruit and other breakfast foods with Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty, apparently getting along as well as the little girls.
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