Flossing, dieting finally pays off
These are troubled economic times, but there are good times ahead for Minnesota, at least if a recent Gallup poll study is to be believed.
The study looked at 13 categories to determine the best places to live in 2032. Minnesota came in second best in the nation, behind Utah, which soundly beat everybody else. (Don't feel bad -- it's tough to beat those Mormons and their clean-livin' ways.)
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