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On Morning Ed: The latest Senate poll, securing the border at Grand Marais, and Minneapolis traffic woes
Posted at 5:24 PM on November 1, 2006 by Bill Wareham
Tom Scheck will report on our latest U.S. Senate poll numbers on Thursday's Morning Edition. (If you miss Tom's report, the info will be available at mpr.org.)
The U.S. Border Patrol is planning to build a new office in Grand Marais, but not everyone's happy about the jobs it will bring. Stephanie Hemphill reports that critics say the increased security presence will alter the quiet character of the area.
Dan Olson reports on Minneapolis' plan to tackle its biggest traffic challenges -downtown gridlock and the tension between commuters and neighborhood residents.