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Economists say coronavirus disaster declarations may be the quickest path to reopening; militia groups use virus, Independence Day to recruit followers.

2020Talks - July 3, 2020 


Trump visits South Dakota's Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore today; nearby tribal leaders object, citing concerns over COVID-19 and a fireworks display. Plus, voter registration numbers are down from this time in 2016.

Public News Service - MN: Climate Change/Air Quality

Brooten, MN – It's a textbook case of taking an unwanted farm byproduct and turning it into something useful. The public is invited to tour Minnesota's first-of-its-kind "methane digester" today on a small farm in Stearns County. Supporters tout the technology as able to improve the environmen

St. Paul, MN – A decision is expected Thursday about whether a coal-fired power plant on the drawing board in South Dakota will be able to transmit some of its energy output into Minnesota. Backers of the Big Stone Two power plant want to build it near the town of Milbank, in northeastern Sout

Minneapolis, MN – Minnesota stands to gain from the development of more "green jobs." Joshua Low with the Blue Green Alliance says a new study by his organization, published today, calls for putting more public resources into areas that will reduce global warming and speed the transition to a

Minneapolis, MN – The United States Senate is back in session after a short holiday break, and a plan to reduce global warming pollution is high on its agenda. Christopher Cox is the Minnesota spokesman for the Pew Environmental Group. He says the proposal takes a significant, but do-able, ste

Minneapolis, MN - New energy legislation is putting Minnesota in the national spotlight. It would require a higher percentage of the diesel fuel sold in the state to be made from biodiesel sources. Jim Kleinschmit, senior associate at the Minnesota-based Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, s

St. Paul, MN – The fate of a proposed South Dakota coal plant that would send energy to Minnesota is now in the hands of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission - and the odds may have changed, with a surprise recommendation by an administrative law judge panel. The panel found Big Stone Tw

St. Paul, MN - It's "decision day" at the State Capitol for legislation that would reduce tailpipe emissions from vehicles sold in Minnesota. House sponsor Melissa Hortman says the bill would require auto manufacturers to offer more efficient cars that emit less pollution, starting in four years. "

Minneapolis, MN – There will be "clean" elections this year, at least when it comes to energy issues. The “Power2Change Campaign” being launched today in Minnesota and eight other states calls on candidates to make a commitment to support clean, renewable energy, and to cut back on

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