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JIM HAGEDORN

Visitation and funeral held in the church where the congressman grew up
Minnesota Rep. Jim Hagedorn died after a years-long battle with kidney cancer, his wife and campaign announced Friday.
Hagedorn’s wife, former GOP Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan, said that Hagedorn died Thursday night.
The allegations concern payments made to a Hagedorn staff member for more than $100,000 in taxpayer dollars for the printing of mailers. That revelation was first reported by the Minnesota Reformer. Hagedorn is also alleged to have maintained a rent-free campaign office, which was reported by Politico.

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