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New MN GOP Leader Promises Continuity

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - New Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem says he's planning to push the legislative agenda championed by his ousted predecessor, including a focus on creating jobs.

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Minnesota Senate GOP Picks New Majority Leader

Minnesota Senate Republicans have elected Dave Senjem of Rochester as their new majority leader.

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Minnesota Senate GOP Picking New Majority Leader

Minnesota Senate Republicans are meeting to choose a new majority leader to replace Amy Koch, who resigned amid revelations she had an inappropriate relationship with a Senate staffer.

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Koch Admits Relationship With Staffer, Apologizes

Recently resigned Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch is admitting she had a relationship with a Senate staffer but says she did not violate any laws or Senate rules.

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Sen. Pederson Wants New Leader from Outstate Minnesota [AUDIO]

Republican senators will meet in St. Paul on Tuesday to select their new majority leader. The senate has been without a leader since Amy Koch (coke) stepped down last week amid allegations of inappropriate conduct with an employee.

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Bachmann Misses Payroll Tax Vote

Eleven lawmakers missed the House vote that rejected Senate legislation to extend a payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits for two months.

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GOP Senators to Pick New Leader Next Week

Minnesota Republican senators will meet in St. Paul next week to choose a new majority leader after the sudden resignation of Sen. Amy Koch over allegations of an inappropriate relationship with an employee.

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Senator: Koch Accused of Improper Relationship

A key Republican says former Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch had been accused of an improper relationship with a Senate staff member before her sudden resignation.

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Contender for Minnesota GOP Boss Arrested

A Minnesota business executive who is a contender for state Republican Party chairman has been arrested for failing to update his motor vehicle registration.

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Senate Majority Leader Stepping Down

State Sen. Amy Koch says she's stepping down as Senate majority leader and won't seek reelection next year. Koch made the surprise announcement Thursday in a letter to fellow Republican senators and GOP staff.

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