Governor Dayton of Minnesota is very upset and ready to resign from the capital preservation project in the state due to a disagreement over some costly artwork. The problem involves some civil war paintings from the Governor’s reception room in the capital. Several other members of the project want the artwork returned to the capital, but the governor would prefer art that better reflects the history of the state. The debate is ongoing, and a resolution has not yet been reached.
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