Wisconsin election investigator routinely deleted records, email account

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According to The Associated Press, former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice Michael Gableman testified that he regularly deleted records and deactivated a personal account even after being subject to open records requests. Robin Vos , the Republican Assembly Speaker, hired Gableman one year ago to investigate the loss of former president to Biden by less than 21,000 votes in Wisconsin. To date, the investigation has cost taxpayers $900,000.

NBC News’ Ali Vitali reports that Sen. Tina Smith will present a new bill Thursday to increase access to abortion pills in those states that have not yet banned access. The bill focuses on codifying the current regulatory and usage language surrounding the drugs, at a time when many advocates for reproductive rights believe they will be the next to face restrictions.

Joe Nelson, Bring Me the News, has the story about a routine stop in Hopkins which led to the capture of an accused murder.

Nick Longworth, FOX 9, writes that the Roseville Police Department offers a safe and secure place to turn in unwanted firearms or ammunition for destruction. There are no questions today. Roseville Police Department will host a gun-turn-in event from 3-7 p.m. at 2660 Civic Center Drive.

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Hana Ikramuddin, Star Tribune’s editor, has a feature about Rachel Evangelisto who is the first Indigenous woman to win Miss Minnesota. She will compete for Miss America in December.

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