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Was The Sunday Liquor Law Repeal A Distraction At The Capitol?Hamline professor David Schultz thinks so, saying that those sorts of bills don’t get lawmakers to hammer out more important legislation, such as a budget and transportation funding (0:35). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
Will Lawmakers Agree On A Long-Term Transportation Bill?Hamline professor David Schultz says chances are slim, although some progress has been made in recent days (1:01). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
What A Low Approval Rating Means For Trump’s PresidencyHamline professor David Schultz says that President Donald Trump is now finding himself sinking into the swamp he promised to drain (1:38). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
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Was The Sunday Liquor Law Repeal A Distraction At The Capitol?Hamline professor David Schultz thinks so, saying that those sorts of bills don’t get lawmakers to hammer out more important legislation, such as a budget and transportation funding (0:35). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
Will Lawmakers Agree On A Long-Term Transportation Bill?Hamline professor David Schultz says chances are slim, although some progress has been made in recent days (1:01). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
What A Low Approval Rating Means For Trump’s PresidencyHamline professor David Schultz says that President Donald Trump is now finding himself sinking into the swamp he promised to drain (1:38). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017

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Was The Sunday Liquor Law Repeal A Distraction At The Capitol?Hamline professor David Schultz thinks so, saying that those sorts of bills don’t get lawmakers to hammer out more important legislation, such as a budget and transportation funding (0:35). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
Will Lawmakers Agree On A Long-Term Transportation Bill?Hamline professor David Schultz says chances are slim, although some progress has been made in recent days (1:01). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017
What A Low Approval Rating Means For Trump’s PresidencyHamline professor David Schultz says that President Donald Trump is now finding himself sinking into the swamp he promised to drain (1:38). WCCO Sunday Morning – April 23, 2017

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WCCO-AM On At NoonAdam Carter is filling in for Chad Hartman today. Listen until 3 p.m. on 830 WCCO Radio (1:55). WCCO 4 News At Noon – April 21, 2017
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