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Entries from September 2012

LeftMN Radio Hour 9-30-12

September 30th, 2012 · Comments

On this weeks episode we discuss the surprise Minnesota Supreme Court ruling to allow Representative Kerry Gautheir's name to be removed from the November ballot and replaced with the name of the newly endorsed DFL candidate Erik Simonson.

In the second half of the show we are are joined in the studio by guests Tane Danger and Mark Mahon from The Theater of Public Policy. They talk with us about the intersection of public policy and improve comedy.

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LeftMN Radio Hour 9-23-12

September 23rd, 2012 · Comments

On this weeks show we talk with former United State Senator and current candidate for Minnesota's Supreme Court, Dean Barkley. Senator Barkley discusses judicial elections abstractly, and how they are different from other political races, more specifically. We then get into some generalities about judicial philosophy, because of course, you can't talk specifics with a judge or judicial candidate!

We also catch up with Aaron of the Range, and by that I mean Aaron Brown, of MinnesotaBrown.com. With Aaron we talk about the recent developments in Minnesota's eighth congressional district race between Representative Chip Cravaack and Rick Nolan.

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LeftMN Radio Hour 9-16-12

September 16th, 2012 · Comments

On this weeks episode we welcome Sean Olsen of Brick City Blog to talk about Ernie Leidiger. We are also joined by the Executive Director of the Citizens League Sean Kershaw to talk about who the Citizens League is, what they've been doing and where they're going.

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LeftMN Radio Hour 9-9-12

September 9th, 2012 · Comments

After a week off, we return to the Radio Hour, with two, that's right, two guests. Carolyn Jackson, of the ACLU, joins us to talk about the two amendments to the Minnesota constitution that will be on the ballot this year. And we talk with Minnesota DNC committee member, Javier Morillo-Alicea, about the now concluded DNC.

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