How should the state help the bridge disaster victims? It is estimated that some 180 people were on the 35W bridge when it collapsed. Thirteen of them were killed in the disaster and many were injured. What should the state do to compensate them and their families?11:00 a.m.
Ron Latz: Minnesota state senator, DFL-St. Louis Park. Latz is the co-chair of the joint House-Senate Subcommittee on Claims.
Ryan Winkler: Minnesota state representative, DFL-Golden Valley. Winkler has proposed a 9/11-style fund to compensate the victims of the collapse.
Leading conservative says America faces a 'new world' William Kristol, founding editor of the conservative magazine The Weekly Standard and an early proponent of the Iraq war, says 9/11 ushered in a new chapter of American history that calls for a new approach to government.12:00 p.m.