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DNR says worker improperly accessed license data

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Department of Natural Resources employee accessed the driving and motor vehicle records of about 5,000 Minnesotans without authorization, the agency said Tuesday.

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The employee is no longer employed by the DNR, the agency said in a statement. DNR spokesman Chris Niskanen said he couldn't say whether the employee was fired.

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