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Daniel Swalm (far left) and Sen. Al Franken (second from right) met at the State Capitol in St. Paul on Memorial Day. Franken presented Daniel, Peggy and their son Matthew Swalm with a copy of the Senate resolution apologizing to Swalm’s grandmother for the Expatriation Act of 1907. The act stripped many American women of their citizenship. Submitted photo.

Franken presents Swalm with resolution

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On Memorial Day, U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D- Minn.) held a special presentation on the State Capitol Mall in St. Paul. He was joined by Daniel Swalm, a Minneapolis man who has spent more than a year fighting for justice for his deceased grandmother, Elsie Moren, of Two Harbors.

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