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Minneapolis and St. Paul can take several steps to improve life and build economic success for immigrants and refugees, a new study says.

Minneapolis and St. Paul city officials, community organizers, and business leaders participated in a study that offers solutions for helping immigrants and refugees. The report recommends expanding multi-language skills and improving police training. The findings will be presented to both city councils for implementation.