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Monday, September 14, 2009

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Punishing adults for teens abusing alcohol
    St. Paul is considering enacting a social hosting ordinance, which would hold adult property owners, landlords and parents included, accountable for the harms that come from underage drinkers on their land. Opponents are concerned about being held responsible for the actions of immature kids.9:06 a.m.
    Scott Knight: is Chief of the Chaska police department.
    Sue Thomas: is senior policy researcher and director, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation.
    Traci Toomey: is associate professor of epidemiology at University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
  • New MCAD president hopes to expand school's reach
    Midmorning speaks with the new president of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design about the value of an MFA, the importance of arts education, and how artists can help solve real-world problems.10:06 a.m.
    Jay Coogan: is the incoming president of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He was formerly the provost of Rhode Island School of Design.
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