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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 173

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Cheese-to-Cheerios Ratio

Education and Racism with Rep. Erin Maye Quade for Ask a Liberal. Plus, Paul Jacob on the gender pay gap for Ask a Libertarian.

Show Notes

A Block

  • Not enough postal workers on Tax Day.
  • The News Bag.
  • Paul Jacob for Ask a Libertarian.
    • Facebook and texting.
    • Gender pay gap and Equal Pay Day.
    • This is Common Sense: Gender Offender.

B Block

  • Ask a Liberal with Rep. Erin Maye Quade.
    • Pre-K funding.
    • Education funding and inflation.
    • Racism and Melissa Hortman.
    • Freeway protests.
    • Racism, oppression, and the police.
    • Black History Month.
    • Shampoo and Conditioner.
    • Learning about other cultures.
    • Language.
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