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Battle over Minnesota Legacy Fund dollars heating up again

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ST. CLOUD (AP) — The battle between greater Minnesota and the Twin Cities over state funding for parks and trails is heating up again.

At stake is about $40 million annually from Minnesota Legacy Amendment funds that are divided among Twin Cities parks, state parks and regional parks in greater Minnesota.

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