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Friday, December 15, 2006

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • The Swift raid fallout
    The raid of a meat processing plant by immigration officials has shaken the city of Worthington in southern Minnesota, and is raising new questions about how the government is addressing illegal immigration.9:06 a.m.
    Mike Woll: Worthington City Council member.
    Bruce Nestor: Past president of national lawyer's guild and attorney who was present in Worthington during the raid. He represents local workers from IFCW number 1161.
    Tim Counts: Spokesperson for the Immigration and Customs enforcement in Bloomington.
    Jack Martin: Special projects director at Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).
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  • Learning to let go
    It's a story from many of our childhoods, recovering a baby bird and trying to raise it as a pet. A new book for children has a poignant twist on the common experience.10:06 a.m.
    William Loizeaux: Author of "Wings." He's also the author of a book that chronicles the death of his baby daughter, "Anna: A Daughter's Life." Loizeaux teaches writing at Johns Hopkins University.

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