Coleman offices to stay open until Feb. 4
Norm Coleman's senate offices will stay open until Feb. 4 so his staff can finish their work archiving and transferring cases to other Minnesota offices. The U.S. Senateunanimously approved the deal
with Coleman who had his office doors quickly closed Jan. 5 after his job officially ended in the Senate.
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Coleman, a Republican, had wanted to keep his offices open 60 more days to finish about 400 constituent requests. A Senate resolution approved Thursday instead requires that Coleman's cases be transferred to other Minnesota representatives.
Many files are expected to go to Democrat Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Spokesman Linden Zakula says Klobuchar's office has already seen an increase in cases.
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