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House committee considers women's economic security act

Debra Fitzpatrick discusses the Women's Economic Security Act, a bill that ensures women earn the same wages as men for doing similar...

Minneapolis workers rally for minimum wages to be raised to $15 an hour

Larry Jacobs reacts to the push by some Minnesotans to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Jacobs is the director...

In protecting Washington County's woods and waters, she created a legacy

Jane Harper retires after eight years of running Washington Country's Land and Water Legacy program. One of her proudest accomplishments in...

Local expert weighs in on Ukraine crisis

Eric Schwartz reacts to the Ukraine crisis with Russian troops in Ukraine under President Vladimir Putin's command. Schwartz is the dean of...

Connected Cars Can Simplify Your Life, But Will They Cost You Your Privacy?

Frank Douma reacts to the growing number of "connected cars" on the road and the concerns being raised about who owns...


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