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Bill passes in Senate to protect data

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota senators unanimously passed a bill to crack down on public employees who improperly use individuals' private data, such as driver's licenses.

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"It does provide some accountability," Sen. Scott Dibble, D-Minneapolis, said, before the 66-0 vote.

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