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State Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson, a Minnesota Canvassing Board member, reviews a ballot challenged by Al Franken during the U.S. Senate recount. Anderson and the five-member board reviewed ballots at a faster pace Wednesday. Staff photo by Scott Wente

Court considers disputed ballots

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota's top elections board and its high court are considering what entity will decide the fate of the U.S. Senate race.

Republican Sen. Norm Coleman's campaign wants the courts to decide whether a category of disputed ballots should be counted. Democratic challenger Al Franken's campaign argues that the state Canvassing Board should count the ballots.

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