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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 231

Monday, July 24, 2017


Live(ish) form the Sherburne County Fair! Hobo Howard Root and Matt Stevens fill in for the missing Benjamin Kruse.

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Representative Jim Newberger tells Jack, Howard, and Matt about the radical environmentalism that is guiding the Public Utilities Commission.


Jack tackles the News Bag low and wraps up. You can’t body tackle a News Bag, it’ll get an extra 5 yards out of you on momentum alone.


Irresponsible journalist, Rachel Stassen-Berger tweeted that she heard a rumor that former MNGOP Chair Keith Downey will be announcing his run for governor today. Jack, Howard, and Matt discuss the current GOP gubernatorial field and the future of “Rumorlism.” Tomorrow: Keith Downey on his run for governor.

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