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Star Tribune four months late on Klobuchar breast screening bill

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I am a one-man band. A mom-and-pop blogger minus the mom. Yet I’ve written four times since March 26 on the misguided EARLY Act supported by Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz of Florida.

• March 26

• June 19

• July 2

• July 13

Finally, this week, the Star Tribune, the biggest news organization in Minnesota, caught up with the story.

Where has the Strib been on this story? Among the smaller Minnesota news organizations that have already reported on the controversy are MinnPost.com and KMSP-TV. Yes, a TV station did a better job – sooner – than the state’s biggest newspaper did.

(I will be pleased to run a correction if the Star Tribune reported on this earlier and I missed it. After all, I am merely a one-man band. A mom-and-pop blogger minus the mom.)

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