Lieutenant governor addresses long-term care crunch
While nothing will completely ease the pain of someone who’s lost a loved one, having a plan in advance helps. That’s the contention of Minnesota Lt. Gov. Yvonne Prettner Solon, who is working to encourage Minnesotans to make long-term care plans for themselves and their families.
Solon, 66, lost her husband, then-Sen. Sam Solon, DFL-Duluth, 11 years ago after he was diagnosed with cancer and died a few months later.
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