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MN Blog Cabin Roundup: 2/3

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Yet Another Reason Why Voter ID Is a Bad Idea

from Poultry & Prose by Susan Maricle

What will the legal ramifications be if someone who has legitimate voter ID is denied the opportunity to vote?

Light Rail and Its Discontents

from Mr. Dilettante’s Neighborhood by Mr. D

You may or may not agree with the idea that building these trains is a public good, but there’s no doubt it’s an expensive proposition and will never, ever come close to making enough money from its operation to cover the costs.

Is Sen. Julianne Ortman Really Familiar with PUC Chair Ellen Anderson’s Voting Record?

from The Deets by Ed Kohler

Frankly, the more I look into Ellen Anderson’s history with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, the less I trust Senator Julianne Ortman’s comments regarding Ellen Anderson’s history with the PUC.

Opportunity knocks with federal health care reform

from Minnesota Budget Bites by Christina Wessel and Scott Russell

The ACA allows our state to set up a Basic Health Plan to continue offering working Minnesotans access to affordable and comprehensive health coverage, similar to MinnesotaCare, and would bring more federal money to the state to pay for health care.

Eckhart and Apologetics

from Theoblogy by Scot Miller

“Therefore let us pray to God that we may be free of God that we may gain the truth and enjoy it eternally…” (Meister Eckhart, German sermon 52)

Steam Treatment

from My Northern Garden by Mary Schier

The Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park: a nice spot to go soak up the warm, humid air.

Wells Fargo Center Minneapolis

from Questions and Answers by Wayne Moran

“The eye of Sauron” makes an appearance atop Wells Fargo Tower in downtown Minneapolis.

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