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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 188

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Sioux City Trap House

Sen David Osmek on the Metropolitan Council and the state budget. Plus, Paul Jacob on taxing the rich. Also, Claire Leiter with Claire’s Conspiracies.

Show Notes

A Block

  • Ben, Cat Lady, Thundercat, and Hug Nugget went to “Wicked”.
  • The News Bag. [11:46]
  • Ask a Libertarian with Paul Jacob. [29:35]
    • What Minnesota can learn from Connecticut.
    • Rich people will move to save money.
    • ThisIsCommonSense.com

B Block

  • Claire’s Conspiracies with Claire Leiter. [49:04]
    • The Mandela Effect
    • Berenstain Bears

C Block

  • Senator David Osmek. [1:11:43]
    • Metropolitan Council reform bill: 2017 SF 1490.
    • Public pensions.
    • Budget bills and the possibility of a shutdown.
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