Court Rules for Franken
Possibly ending the longest-running recount battle in memory, the Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled unanimously in favor of Democrat Al Franken in what looks to ...
Possibly ending the longest-running recount battle in memory, the Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled unanimously in favor of Democrat Al Franken in what looks to be the last legal challenge brought by Republican Norm Coleman in their U.S. Senate dispute.
Here's the ruling.
Update: Coleman concedes.
Even though we've had oh so many months to get used to the idea, it's still going to be hard to wrap my head around "Senator Al Franken."
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