The Minnesota State Canvassing Board on Monday certified the results of the recount of Republican Sen. Norm Coleman's fight to retain his seat against Democrat Al Franken. The results showed Franken with a 225-vote lead. Coleman's attorney, Tony Trimble, said shortly after the ruling that the campaign will officially file a lawsuit.
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