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Twin Ports Make Front Page of New York Times

Updated: 01/14/2014 2:49 PM
Created: 01/13/2014 2:02 PM WDIO.com

The Twin Ports are featured in a front-page New York Times article about political differences between Minnesota and Wisconsin.

The article, on page A1 of Monday's editions, highlights the differences between the DFL-controlled Minnesota government and the Republican-controlled Wisconsin government.  The differences are illustrated with numerous individual stories, including a couple who faced a pay cut due to Wisconsin's labor law changes and a gay couple who plans to move from Superior to Duluth due to the states' differences on same-sex marriage.

The New York Times is the second-largest newspaper in the country, according to the Alliance for Audited Media, with a daily print and digital circulation of more than 1.8 million people.

The article can be read at http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/13/us/twinned-cities-now-following-different-paths.html.

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