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Friday, August 21, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • The rich who ask to pay more taxes
    A group of wealthy people believe they should pay more in taxes and are circulating a petition to support the reversal of the tax cuts on top income earners enacted during the Bush administration.9:06 a.m.
    Chuck Collins: head of Wealth for the Common Good and senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Analysis, where he directs the program on Inequality and the Common Good.
    Eric Schoenberg: Adjunct Associate Professor of Marketing at Columbia Business School.
    Curtis Dubay: senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation, where he specializes in tax issues.
  • Home repair at summer's end
    Homeowners are making the most of the summer with President Obama's tax credits to upgrade everything from windows to roofs with energy-efficient products. Midmorning's home care team tackle questions about home repair and design.10:06 a.m.
    John Trostle: is an FHA-certified home inspector.
    Samantha Strong: is a licensed general contractor, designer, and certified eco-broker. She is the founder of Metamorphosis realty.

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