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Editorial cartoon for April 6, 2023

Editorial cartoonist Dave Granlund draws on the challenge of potholes to Easter eggs.

Editorial cartoon for April 6, 2023
Editorial cartoonist Dave Granlund draws on the challenge of potholes to Easter eggs.
Dave Granlund

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Dave Granlund is a Minnesota-based editorial cartoonist.

Granlund's cartoons have appeared in the West Central Tribune, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor and Newsweek.

His cartoons are syndicated by Cagle Cartoons, Inc.
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