Finance report offers more details about funding behind pro-business group involved in 2017 Minneapolis election

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Peter Callaghan There was no money from the Koch brothers, no funding from Hubbard Broadcasting or Walmart.But a long-anticipated (yet still-late) report by the pro-business political committee Minnesota Jobs Coalition revealed that its role in the 2017 Minneapolis City Council election was substantial, and that it was financed by prominent business interests, including the Pohlad brothers, Ryan Companies, Sherman Associates, Swervo Management, the downtown building owners and managers and the Minnesota Multi-Housing Association.The report, due Jan. 31 but filed Monday with the state Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board, shows that the Jobs Coalition collected money from the same types of donors that gave directly...

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Finance report offers more details about funding behind pro-business group involved in 2017 Minneapolis election

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