State of the Senate
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Executive SummaryDeath of Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-Minn.) could play a significant role in Republicans' attempt to regain control of the Senate and the chamber's agenda in the 108th session. Wellstone, who sat on the Health & Education Committee, was in a tight race with former St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman. The 58-year-old senator was traveling to a funeral when his plane crashed, killing him, his wife, daughter and five others...
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