Paula Overby, Legal Marijuana Now Congressional candidate, has died


Hunter Woodall and Jessie Van Berkel of the Strib report Paula Overby has died. She was running as a Legal Marijuana Now candidate for Congress in the 2nd district. In 2020, Adam Weeks died not long before Election Day.

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MPR’s Peter Cox reported that long-term care facilities continue to struggle with staff shortages, and this is affecting both residents and staff.

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