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Friday, January 14, 2011

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Twin Cities mayors talk budgets, LGA, and property taxes
    After eight years of no tax increases and cuts to local government aid, residents of Minneapolis, St. Paul, and cities throughout the state have been dealing with big jumps in property taxes. The mayors of Minneapolis and St. Paul join Midmorning to discuss how they can balance their budgets without adding to the property tax burden.9:06 a.m.
    Mayor R.T. Rybak: Mayor of Minneapolis
    Mayor Chris Coleman: Mayor of St. Paul
  • The Kerri Miller Book Club: 'True Grit'
    The new Coen brothers movie has brought Charles Portis's "True Grit" back into the public conscience. But the reclusive Portis has a rabid fan club that believes the book isn't his most significant contribution to American literature.10:06 a.m.
    Stanley Fish: Professor of humanities and law at Florida International University. His writing appears in the New York Times. His forthcoming book is called "How to Write a Sentence."
    Carlo Rotella: Director of the American Studies Program at Boston College.

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