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Bill would close state fish hatcheries

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ST. PAUL - Lawmakers are considering closing Minnesota's two state-run walleye and muskie fish hatcheries.

Rep. Denny McNamara, R-Hastings, brought the bill, saying private business grows walleye fingerlings 37 percent cheaper than the Department of Natural Resources and can produce a more consistent size of young fish.

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