In DL visits, Franken, Coleman spar over politics of energy
DETROIT LAKES - Both U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minnesota) and his challenger, Al Franken, agree that something needs to be done about the current energy crisis.
"The middle class has really been stretched for a number of years, and with the cost of health care, college (tuition), and now food and gas, they may be stretched to the breaking point," Franken said Sunday during a stop at DL's Speak Easy restaurant for a celebration honoring Congressman Collin Peterson's birthday.
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