Molly Pederson

Conservation Minnesota

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Public Affairs Director for Conservation Minnesota

Molly Pederson on KCRW

It's been  two weeks  since Minnesota's government shut down parks, mothballed road construction and prevented 22,000 workers from getting their paychecks.

Governor Moves to End Government Shutdown in Minnesota

It's been two weeks since Minnesota's government shut down parks, mothballed road construction and prevented 22,000 workers from getting their paychecks.

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Another Midwestern state capitol was crowded with protesters last night because of divided government. Today, almost all state services have been shut down.

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Another Midwestern state capitol was crowded with protesters last night because of divided government. Today, almost all state services have been shut down.

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