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Minnesota's state government, like most states, receives a near-failing grade from Center for Public Integrity


Minnesota received a near-failing grade in a national group’s measurement of state government in areas like secrecy, conflicts of interest and ethics, putting the state sharply at odds with its national reputation for relatively clean government.

The Washington, D.C.-based Center for Public Integrity graded every state after collecting data in 13 categories, and Minnesota was actually in the middle of the pack with its D- grade. South Dakota and 10 other states failed, and just three received a grade higher than a D+.


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