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May 2, 2016
Katherine Kersten discusses St. Paul school violence with assaulted teacher Aaron Benner (3 min., 5.2.16)
Apr 30, 2016
The Twin Cities’ regional government — the Metropolitan Council — touches almost every aspect of our daily lives. It dictates the density of our cities; taxes us; owns and operates the sewer and transit systems; and picks municipal winners and losers on development. Going forward, it plans to distribute people in a government-approved mix of race and income throughout the metro area.
Apr 20, 2016
Kim Crockett and Kathy Kersten discuss the Met Council and how there is nothing like it in the entire country on AM1130.
Apr 18, 2016
The most dangerous places in St. Paul, Minnesota, these days may not be the city’s tough East Side or Frogtown neighborhoods, but its public schools.
Mar 28, 2016
Met Council's Obscene Housing Subsidies Discussed (3 min., 3.28.16) on Center's weekly radio show that airs Mondays at 2:30 pm on Joe Soucheray Show on AM1500.
Mar 25, 2016
It should be great news: Graduation rates for our state’s black and Hispanic students — which have long lagged white students’ rate — are on the rise.
Mar 22, 2016
Kathy Kersten discusses St. Paul school violence on AM1130's Jack Tomczak Show (3.22.16, at 32:00)
Mar 20, 2016
A St. Paul Central High School teacher is choked and body-slammed by a student and hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury. A teacher caught between two fighting fifth-grade girls is knocked to the ground with a concussion. Police are compelled to use a chemical irritant to break up a riot at Como Park High School.
Mar 14, 2016
Met Council's Thrive 2040 Plan Discussed (3 min., 3.14.16) on Center's weekly radio show that airs Mondays at 2:30 pm on Joe Soucheray Show on AM1500.
Feb 22, 2016
American Experiment's Katherine Kersten and Kim Crockett are joining key legislators for a Town Meetings in Burnsville that discussed new developments in how the Met Council is using its Thrive MSP 2040 initiative to quietly engineer housing and transportation policies that will affect every resident of the Twin Cities for decades to come. You'll want to hear this discussion and how the legislature might respond.