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In this file photo, Gov. Mark Dayton speaks at Bemidji State University on Oct. 24, 2012, to show support for four DFL candidates in the November 2012 election. Dayton is flanked by state Sen. Tom Saxhaug (left) and state Rep. John Persell. (Pioneer file photo)

UPDATED: Report says Dayton campaign broke the law during Bemidji trip

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By Zach Kayser and Don Davis

Forum News Service

BEMIDJI -- Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton broke state law by allowing a campaign staffer to travel on a state-owned airplane during a 2012 trip to Bemidji and International Falls, a report from the Legislative Auditor’s office said Thursday.

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