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All Things Considered
Friday, April 19, 2013

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Attorney Jeffrey AndersonMinnesotans in new book on Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal
    As the state Legislature nears a vote on a controversial bill that would give victims of sexual abuse more time to sue, a new book chronicles the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, including some key characters and cases from Minnesota.3:49 p.m.
  • OblivionCube Critics movie review: 'Oblivion' aims high, but doesn't deliver
    Minnesota Public Radio's Stephanie Curtis discusses the visual power, sonic fullness and shortcomings of Tom Cruise's newest movie "Oblivion" in this week's Cube Critics.3:53 p.m.
  • Snow DuluthNE Minn. digs out of record spring snowstorm
    Northeast Minnesota dug out Friday from a record-setting storm that dumped nearly two feet of snow on parts of the region, closed schools and cut off electricity to thousands of customers.5:23 p.m.
  • The Minnesota CapitolFee increases proposed at Capitol could rake in hundreds of millions
    New fees and fee increases are scattered throughout the budget bills moving through the Legislature. Minnesotans may be asked to pay more over the next two years. Lawmakers are proposing raising fees, surcharges and other specialized taxes by hundreds of millions of dollars to erase the state's budget deficit and spend more on education.5:53 p.m.

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