Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 428

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Knowledge Voids

Sen. Mark Koran on how government is dropping the ball and how to fix it. Plus, Third-wheel Karl Ebert.

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Show Notes

A Block

  • Third-wheel Karl Ebert
  • Snack Time
  • Ben’s Mayday Move
  • BW3 push-poll survey
  • The News Bag

B Block

  • Sen. Mark Koran
    • Legislative Auditor Jim Nobles and why government is dropping the ball
    • MnLARS and the Department of Public Safety
    • Department of Administration
    • How to fix the problem
  • Woodworking
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