- GOP leaders discuss cutting Minnesota's deficit
Both parties have plans to cut the state's $5 billion deficit. Gov. Dayton appeared on Midmorning on February 10 to discuss his vision. Today, the Republican leaders join us to talk about theirs.9:06 a.m.
Rep. Kurt Zellers: (R-Maple Grove) Speaker of the MN House of Representatives.
Sen. Amy Koch: (R-Buffalo) MN Senate Majority Leader, chair of the Rules and Administration committee and member of the Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications committee.
- Inside the Secret Service
As President Obama prepares to travel to South America, the Secret Service has to plan for many possible security scenarios. What does it take to ensure the safety of the most powerful man in America?10:06 a.m.
Marc Ambinder: White House correspondent for National Journal and a contributing editor at The Atlantic.
Patrick Lennon: Founder of Lennon Security Corporation and former Secret Service agent.
- Newsmaker: U.N. imposes no-fly zone on Libya
The United Nations Security Council has voted to impose a no-fly zone in Libya in order to protect Libyan civilians. But is it too late to prevent the forces of Moammar Gadhafi from routing Libyan rebels?10:45 a.m.
Mark Lagon: Professor with the Master of Foreign Service Program at Georgetown University, and adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Fred Abrahams: Special advisor on Libya for Human Rights Watch.
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