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Minn. cities ask court to keep state aid coming

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota's cities are pushing to keep their state aid checks coming even if state government shuts down on July 1.

The League of Minnesota Cities filed paperwork Wednesday arguing that the state should be required to keep paying aid to local governments. Cities have already built this year's budgets around the checks expected in July and December.

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