For every open job in Northeastern Minnesota, there were more than eight unemployed people actively searching for work in December 2008.
On Jan. 5, Ken Chester was dropped off at a renovated brick building in downtown Duluth. Chester took hold of the metal door handle, a staff member buzzed the lock open, and a working addict entered Minnesota Teen Challenge.
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Rather than training dental practitioners alongside dental students at the University of Minnesota, why not increase the number of dental students allowed in?
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