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In Minnesota, a Drug Store Becomes Town Hall

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In Minnesota, a Drug Store Becomes Town Hall

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In Minnesota, a Drug Store Becomes Town Hall

In Minnesota, a Drug Store Becomes Town Hall

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Tom Sengupta owns Schneider's Drugstore. Elaine May hide caption

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Tom Sengupta owns Schneider's Drugstore.

Elaine May

No candidate runs for office as a Democrat in the state of Minnesota without first visiting Schneider's Drug Store.

Once a month, pharmacist Tom Sengupta turns his store into a neighborhood town hall, providing an intimate setting to talk about local and state issues.

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