Talking Points: Running Out Of Time On MNsureThe federal government rejected Friday Gov. Mark Dayton's request for the MNsure enrollment deadline to be extended from Jan. 31 to Feb. 28.
Talking Points: Working With President Trump As President-elect Donald Trump stands to be inaugurated a week from Friday, congressional leaders on both sides are wondering what kind of a president the flamboyant businessman will be.
Talking Points: Kline’s Advice For Republicans In PowerDuring his presidential campaign, President-elect Donald Trump clashed not only with Hillary Clinton but also with many members of the Republican Party.
Talking Points: Keith Ellison Says He Can Do BothKeith Ellison says that as DNC chair he would work to make sure the party would once again champion working class economic issues.
Talking Points: Keith Ellison And The DNCOutraged progressives, including Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, are pushing for Rep. Keith Ellison to head the DNC.
Talking Points: Early Voting And The Presidential RaceWith Donald Trump’s poll numbers continuing to drop, some of his supporters worry he may be running out of time to turn his campaign around.
Talking Points: The Battle For The 2nd DistrictMinnesota’s 2nd Congressional District has been represented since 2003 by Republican Congressman John Kline, who is retiring.
Talking Points: Trump In MinnesotaA new Washington Post /ABC News poll out Sunday shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 50 to 42 percent nationally.
Talking Points: The GOP Convention In ClevelandMonday is the start of the Republican National Convention where Donald Trump will officially be named the Republican nominee.
Talking Points: Talking To Kids About Castile, Police ShootingsFollowing a week that brought a parade of images of violent deaths and clashes between police and protesters, there is a question on parents' minds: How do we talk to our children about the shootings that happened here in Minnesota, Texas and Louisiana?
Talking Points: The Overuse Of AntibioticsThe overuse of antibiotics is leading to the development of new strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria. The Centers for Disease Control estimates 23,000 deaths and 2 million illnesses are caused by strains of antibiotic bacteria each year.
Talking Points: What Dayton Wants Before Calling A Special SessionThe governor said he won’t call a special session unless he gets more funding for higher education and the Southwest Light Rail project.

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