The Northstar commuter rail line between Big Lake and Minneapolis turns a year old this week having failed to meet ridership projections. Today’s Question: What will it take for commuter rail to catch on in Minnesota?
A White House commission on reducing the deficit has issued a draft proposal that calls for widely shared sacrifice. Today’s Question: Is it politically possible to choose deep cuts in popular programs?
In recent weeks, various critics have suggested that they see a political bias in public radio. Today’s Question: Do you think there’s a political bias in public radio programming?
As members of the baby boom age, an increasing percentage of American drivers are turning 65 or older. Today’s Question: Should older drivers have to take extra tests or exams?
When George W. Bush left office, only about a third of Americans approved of how he was performing as president. Today’s Question: How has your opinion of George W. Bush changed in recent years?
For the first time in modern history, Republicans soon will control both houses of the Minnesota Legislature. Today’s Question: What do you want to see happen in the Legislature this year?
San Francisco has banned toys with Happy Meals or with any restaurant meal that fails to meet basic nutrition standards. Today’s Question: How far should government go in regulating fast food for kids?
For the second time in two years, a statewide election is so close that a recount will likely determine its outcome. Today’s Question: What lesson of the 2008 recount should Minnesota remember this time?
Republicans made big gains in races across Minnesota and the United States in elections yesterday. Today’s Question: With the sweeping Republican victories, what changes do you see ahead for the state and the country?
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