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Friday, April 18, 2014

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Federal judge strikes part of Minn. energy law; Minnesota to appeal
    Minnesota's Next Generation Energy Act, which passed in 2007 with bipartisan support, says in part that utilities may not import additional coal-generated electricity into the state unless they offset the carbon emissions that contribute to climate change.5:20 p.m.
  • PoliGraph: Dayton's tax cut claims leave out context
    It's true that Dayton signed a bill that lowered taxes by about $508 million, but he also raised taxes by $2.1 Billion in the previous session. And to say these cuts are all "new" is a stretch.5:25 p.m.
  • Dave and Laura HoenackNo sad songs: Hymie's record store thrives on vinyl in a digital age
    A young couple with two small kids and an old dog buy a vintage vinyl record shop in the worst economy in decades, in a languishing part of Minneapolis, in an era when many teens wouldn't recognize an LP if you spun it at them. It sounds like a great, sad country song in the making, except this story turns out pretty well.5:50 p.m.

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