Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 230

Friday, July 21, 2017

Sherburne County Fair

We’re live from the Sherburne County Fair! Matt Stevens produces. Yeah he does.

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Show Notes

A Block

Former State Rep. John Jordan happened by so we happened to interview him.

B Block

Listener Paul Seefeld joins us for the News Bag. The News Bag, delivered in satchel form by Dennis Davis from the Not Your Average Joe Radio Podcast.

C Block

Jack interviews Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt about Governor Mark Dayton’s efforts to become a dictator.

D Block

The chair of the South Dakota College Republicans was at the Sherburne County Fair for some reason.

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