Minn. Senate Race Goes To Trial

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A three-judge panel is scheduled to hear arguments in Minnesota's long-running U.S. Senate race.

Republican Norm Coleman is challenging in court the outcome of a hand recount of nearly 3 million votes. Democrat Al Franken's campaign says he will maintain his lead of 225 votes.

Tom Scheck reports for Minnesota Public Radio.



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