Friday morning papers
Hot tickets: casinos, Washington Nationals box seats
In the Strib: Pretty in purple--deeply split Minnesota gets lots of attention from both national political parties; Minneapolis developer Hamoudi Sabri wants to buy his own political party; Arne Carlson blasts Pawlenty over casino plan; libraries study info-foraging habits of "millennial" generation.
In the Pi-Press: Target v. Wal-Mart, continued.
Other dailies: It's not just Minnesota--state/tribal casino partnerships a hot topic in cash-strapped states across the country (NYT); the battle among DC players over prime seats at Washington Nationals games is more fun than the game on the field (WashPost); White House tells states not to steer seniors toward cheaper prescription drug plans (NYT).
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