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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Obama signs billMinnesota still working on a single-payer health care option
    Supporters of a single-payer health care option say for the first time, single-payer has a real chance of becoming law in Minnesota. Two out of three DFL gubernatorial candidates support the idea of single-payer health care, but its costs and benefits remain to be evaluated.9:06 a.m.
    Sen. John Marty: (DFL-Roseville), Minnesota State Senator and chair of of the Health, Housing and Family Security Committee in the Minnesota Senate.
    Stephen Parente: Academic Director, Medical Industry Leadership Institute, University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management.
  • Joan ArmatradingAn unconventional path to a charming life
    Joan Armatrading has collected honorary degrees and even accolades from Queen Elizabeth for her eclectic music spanning folk, blues, and rock. And yet she feels her character hasn't changed at all over her prolific 40-year career.10:06 a.m.
    Joan Armatrading: Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Joan Armatrading. Her latest album is "This Charming Life."

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