AM950 Best of Interviews
Melissa Hortman is the Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives, talking with Todd about today’s ruling ending Roe v. Wade.
Todd Mikkelson fills in for Matt today. We start with our Democrat of the Day, Lauren Bresnahan, who is running for the state house in district 45A in the western suburbs and exurbs.
Our Democrat of the Day is Susie Strom, who is running for the state house in district 36A, which includes Centerville, Circle Pines, Lino Lakes, North Oaks, and White Bear Township.
Brett Johnson is joined by Max Nesterak deputy editor at the Minnesota Reformer. They talk about Governor Tim Walz reviving his proposal for Walz checks, unionization efforts at Minnesota Starrbucks stores and tenants of HavenBrook Homes, one of the largest private landlords in Minnesota, demanding better living conditions.
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Todd Kolod is a proud sponsor of AM950 who now lives in Spain but has spent time volunteering in Ukraine of late; he joins to discuss why he went and what he has seen.
Larry Millett has combined his interest in journalism, architectural history, and mystery fiction to create an unusual writing career.
It’s our usual weekly visit with national political expert Jeff Stein. Matt and Jeff talk about the Jan. 6 committee, Trump’s own allies saying there was no election fraud, Barry Loudermilk giving tours on the eve of Jan. 6 and more.
Brett Johnson is joined by Bob Keefe, executive director of Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and author of the new book, Climatenomics Washington, Wall Street and the Economic Battle to Save Our Planet.