Yearly Archives: 2017

Local Coops Help Keep Internet Under Public Control As Net Neutrality Repeal Looms

Internet service providers such as Comcast and Verizon use servers like these to convey bits of data from content providers to consumers.

Communications Commission (FCC) says it will vote to repeal net neutrality on December 14. Supporters of net neutrality say the vote would benefit giant telecommunications companies and hurt everyone else. Opponents of the change say there is still time for the public to act. Continue Reading →

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In 2021, St. Paul’s First African American Mayor Looks Back At His First Four Years

St. Paul mayoral candidate Melvin Carter at a Theater Of Public Policy candidate's forum.

What can you expect from St. Paul first African American mayor? Days before Melvin Carter won a surprising first round ballot election he gave a speech pretending he had already been in office for four years. Continue Reading →

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Minneapolis Mayoral Candidates: Let Artists Lead – Video Replay

Minneapolis Mayoral Candidates On Arts And Culture

Minneapolis mayoral candidates talk arts and culture in a 75 minute forum. Participating are: Rep. Raymond Dehn, City Council Member Jacob Frey, Tom Hoch, Mayor Betsy Hodges, Nekima Levy-Pounds, and Aswar Rahman. Continue Reading →

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