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Poverty - Paul Welltone's hidden agenda

1997
Jul 7, 1997

Senator Paul Wellstone brought his poverty tour to Minneapolis and rural Aitkin County this (last) week. The Democrat is touring pockets of poverty across the country this summer and fall. He says he wants to evoke Robert Kennedy's poverty tour of thirty years ago.

Midday on tobacco trial

1997
Jul 9, 1997

Midday discusses the lawsuits against tobacco companies with Minnesota Attorney General Skip Humphrey.  Listeners call in with questions.

Midday on education in Minnesota

1997
Sep 2, 1997

On the first day of school, Midday features a a back-to-school show with guest Joe Nathan, Director of the Center for School Change at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute.

Gubernatorial candidate Tim Pawlenty call-in

1997
Sep 10, 1997

State Representative and Gubernatorial candidate Tim Pawlenty will be in the MPR studios to talk about his ideas and vision for the future of the Republican Party and to answer questions from MPR listeners.

Voices of Minnesota: Alice Rainville, Walt Dziedzic, and Dennis Schulstad

1998
Jan 2, 1998

The January edition of our Voices of Minnesota series, featuring interviews with three outgoing Minneapolis City Council members, who have nearly 70 years of experience between them: Alice Rainville, Walt Dziedzic, and Dennis Schulstad. 

Paul Wellstone campaigning in Iowa

1998
Apr 15, 1998

The presidential election is still two-and-a-half years away but potential contenders are already turning up in key primary states. Candidates were stumping in Iowa even before the 1996 election.

ANTI-TRUST..Gary Gillette on baseball court ruling

1998
Apr 21, 1998

The Minnesota Attorney General's office says the anti-trust investigation against the Minnesota Twins will continue. A Ramsey County judge ruled yesterday that the Twin must provide testimony and turn over business records.

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