Al Franken’s senatorial campaign in Minnesota hit a setback yesterday when Franken announced he’d pay $70,000 in back taxes and penalties for reporting errors across 17 states. And that’s just his best guess for the past few years. It’s the latest in a string of business-related troubles for the satirist in his first major political foray.
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