The upcoming retirements of St. Paul lawmakers Mee Moua and Cy Thao means there won't be a Hmong legislator at the Capitol next session -- for the first time in about nine years. Last week, four candidates of Hmong descent tried to succeed Moua in the DFL primary election on St. Paul's East Side. But they lost to former St. Paul Police Chief John Harrington. Some political watchers predict it could be a while before the next Hmong-American is elected to the Legislature. Reporter Laura Yuen examines the future of Hmong politics in Minnesota.