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EVERYONE SHOULD COMMENT ON THIS SUGGESTION

I truly believe in the power of ordinary people to do extraordinary things. But I also believe in the overwhelming power of ordinary people to kill new ideas in their infancy....to decimate them before they take their first breath. So it will be with the ideas that we have submitted to the "Unsession", if "ordinary people" who are addicted to conventional thinking are allowed to evaluate them. People who are addicted ...more »

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MORE "RED BULL".....MORE REVENUE!

Governor Dayton should very actively encourage "Red Bull" to stage more extravaganza sporting events here in Minnesota, beyond the single ice skate race down the hill from the Cathedral in St. Paul. If tourism is a major source of revenue for the state, then the more we host extravaganza events like Red Bull is known to promote, the more outside revenue the state will bring in.

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The Peoples' stadium

Put an immediate halt to the Vikings stadium pending a possible temporary restraining order until either you or the court requires that the people have a referendum to vote either yes or no as to whether or not taxpayer's dollars are going to pay for all or part of the stadium. There is already more pressure being built up to cancel the entire project. The "People's Stadium" means just that: not the Wilfs, R.T. Rybak, ...more »

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Fix The Legislature!

The Minnesota Legislature is so broken that neither party has the power or the political will to fix it. And narrow minded conventional thinking dictates that there is nothing that Governor Dayton can do to fix the systemic problems in the Legislature. This is simply not true! Only "We the people", under the facilitative leadership of an extraordinary governor, have the power to force an intervention on the legislature ...more »

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