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Topic - Ted Lillie
A day before his state´s budget crisis moved into its third week, Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton gave in and agreed to a largely Republican-designed proposal that would get the state of Minnesota back to business.
How big a year was it for Minnesota's Republicans? Let's just say that if Ronald Reagan had been on the ballot Tuesday, he might have finally carried the state.
The brothers, he said, have a history of public service and have remained friends, even as their approach to solving the state's fiscal crisis - and their political philosophies - are miles apart.
"We talk about it at a very high level and sometimes we can kid each other about philosophy, but we obviously differ incredibly and that is hard to discuss," said Ted Lillie, who represents the state's 56th District and who runs a suburban newspaper group.