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Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Tough talk on gun control
    He's the chief of police in a small Minnesota city, and now he's becoming a national figure through his advocacy for gun control. Chaka Police Chief Scott Knight joins Midmorning to talk about his efforts to get cities and police greater access to gun trace data.9:06 a.m.
    Scott Knight: Chief of the Chaska Police Force. He's also the chairman of the Firearms Committee for the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
  • Toward a better death
    The options are growing for ways to meet the end of life, from hospice to better pain management. But relatively few us actually plan out what we want doctors to do when we get to our last days.10:06 a.m.
    Sidney Wanzer, MD: Co-author of the new book "To Die Well: Your Right to Comfort, Calm, and Choice in the Last Days of Life." Dr. Wanzer was the director of the Harvard Law School Health Services and an internist in private practice.
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    Death Becomes Us (05/21/2007)

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