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All Things Considered
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Hiawatha light railAmbitious transit plan needed for Twin Cities
    Planners are focusing on an ambitious system of roads and mass transit projects as they draw up the next generation of transportation for the state. Their fantasy is a system that makes it quick and easy to move people and goods around. It's all part of a plan designed to help Minnesota catch up with transportation spending in other states.3:50 p.m.
  • One Two Three SushiAppetites: Food developments in unlikely places
    There's a cavalcade of new food developments in the Twin Cities: a new burger bar that also serves elk Wellington, an ambitious attempt at serving sushi in the Minneapolis Skyway and a 21st century approach to food delivery.3:54 p.m.
  • Governor's budgetDayton sticks to guns on income tax hike on top earners
    Gov. Mark Dayton has no plans to capitulate on his proposal to raise income taxes on top earners to erase the state's projected $627 million deficit and provide more money for education.5:19 p.m.
  • Marriage rallySenate Republicans try to block same-sex marriage bill
    The day after legislation to legalize same-sex marriage in Minnesota cleared two committees, Senate Republicans tried to derail the measure with some parliamentary maneuvering. They failed to stop the bill's progress, but managed to get some reluctant rural Democrats to vote on the issue.5:23 p.m.
  • St. Charles rejects major frac sand facility
    The St. Charles City Council on Tuesday rejected a land annexation request that could have made way for a major frac sand processing facility within city limits.5:50 p.m.
  • Hiawatha light railAmbitious transit plan needed for Twin Cities
    Planners are focusing on an ambitious system of roads and mass transit projects as they draw up the next generation of transportation for the state. Their fantasy is a system that makes it quick and easy to move people and goods around. It's all part of a plan designed to help Minnesota catch up with transportation spending in other states.5:54 p.m.
  • One Two Three SushiAppetites: Food developments in unlikely places
    There's a cavalcade of new food developments in the Twin Cities: a new burger bar that also serves elk Wellington, an ambitious attempt at serving sushi in the Minneapolis Skyway and a 21st century approach to food delivery.6:25 p.m.

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