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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Franken holds a press conference outside his homeAl Franken heads to Washington
    Nearly eight months after Election Day, Minnesota finally has its second U.S. senator. Midmorning looks at what lies ahead for Sen.-elect Al Franken.9:06 a.m.
    Mark Zdechlik: MPR political reporter.
    Vin Weber: Former Republican congressman and managing partner of Clark & Weinstock.
    Jennifer Duffy: Senior editor of the Cook Political Report.
    David Corn: Columnist for Congressional Quarterly.
    Al Franken: Sen.-elect Al Franken of Minnesota.
  • Soul AsylumLocal band does good
    From hometown shows to the top of the billboard charts, Soul Asylum has reached the heights of national success. Midmorning speaks with the band's lead singer about the track of his 25+ year career with Soul Asylum and as a solo artist.10:06 a.m.
    Dave Pirner: Lead singer of the band Soul Asylum.

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