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Adam Carter and Jordana Green talk with Mitchell Hamline University Emeritus Professor of Law Joseph Daly about the recent Minneapolis teachers contract protecting teachers of color from arbitrary layoffs, is it racist, is it constitutional and more. They also get feedback from listeners about the subject and it's the Friday rewind.
Adam Carter and Jordana Green talk with Mitchell Hamline University Emeritus Professor of Law Joseph Daly about the recent Minneapolis teachers contract protecting teachers of color from arbitrary layoffs, is it racist, is it constitutional and more.
Adam Carter and Jordana Green talk with Entertainment Critic Tim Lammers as he reviews the new limited theatrical/Paramount+ release "Orphan: First Kill," starring Isabelle Fuhrman and Julia Stiles as well as the the new streaming series "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" (Disney+), starring Tatiana Maslany and Mark Ruffalo.
Adam Carter and Jordana Green wonder how many times a day do you lie? The average American lies four times per day, and the city of Minneapolis is upping their parental time off. Plus and Research scientist Steve Balogh on coronavirus in our waste water.
Adam Carter and Jordana Green talk with Research scientist Steve Balogh from Metropolitan Council in the Environmental Services Division about viruses in our wastewater, how long has this been happening, how they monitor and more. He also mentions what they're currently testing for and more.
CBS' Scott MacFarlane joins Susie Jones to discuss the latest breaking news on the bipartisan gun bill coming out of the Senate. They also discuss the possible gas tax holiday proposed by President Biden.
Dorothy Nins eloquently explains why Juneteenth shouldn't just be important to people of color but to everyone. She also discusses her role in inspiring the next generation at Power of People Leadership Institute.
Rena Sarigianopoulos is back in the host seat today with a reminder to open the show about being kind after receiving a rude email last night. Later, we begin our dad joke battle for the day to celebrate Father's Day and Jason Polinski of 3D Response Systems joins to talk about what that company can do to keep our children safe and schools secure during an active shooter emergency.
Adam Carter sticks around with Rena Sarigianopoulos after the news to celebrate Father's Day with one of his favorite dad jokes. Later, we continue our dad joke battle while also discussing some of the jobs with the best outlook over the next decade. Plus, KARE 11 political reporter John Croman joins to talk about why talks to have a special session broke down at the legislature.
KARE 11 political reporter John Croman joins Rena Sarigianopoulos to talk about how talks about a special broke down between Democrats and Republicans and what it means regarding the business that was left unfinished.
We've been learning that working remotely does have some downsides and Rena Sarigianopoulos shares some of the new research with us. Later, we continue our dad joke battle and speak with Kevin Brasler of Consumers' Checkbook about some of the easiest ways we can make our travel dollars go a little farther.
Jason Polinski of 3D Response Systems joins Rena Sarigianopoulos to talk about keeping our schools safe and the work his company can do to protect our children and schools in the case of an active shooter situation.
Rena Sarigianopoulos opens the hour speaking about depression, caring for our mental health, and Americans not taking the time we need to relax. Later, Gabrielle Clowdus of Settled and Pastor Jeff Suos of Mosaic Christian Community join to talk about using their resources to create a community for the homeless.