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GOP group seeks time to satisfy board order

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A company Minnesota Republicans used to shield 2010 recount costs has received an extension to formally register a campaign account and report its finances.

Count Them All Properly missed an end-of-July deadline to submit paperwork, but got 10 more days to comply. The corporation was ordered to disclose information after an investigation into the state GOP's muddled finances.

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