Today’s UpTake: FBI Raid Protest, Minnesota Legislative Hearings By Jacob Wheeler | September 29, 2010 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Today's UpTake Subscribe to Today's UpTake Protest Sign outside FBI Offices In Minneapolis Today appears to be a relatively slow news day, following the cancellation of a planned governor’s debate at St. Catherine’s University in St. Paul. (But we also thought last Friday would be a slow news day, before the FBI busted into the homes of six Minneapolis peace activists at 7 a.m.). The UpTake has video footage of hundreds rallying in support of the peace activists raided by the FBI. The rally was held Monday in front of the FBI headquarters in downtown Minneapolis, and featured peace activists, American Indian leaders and National Lawyers Guild representatives. Protest Sign outside FBI Offices In Minneapolis We have footage of Democratic-Farm-Labor gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton’s speech to the AFL-CIO on Monday, and Senator Amy Klobuchar’s appeal to the union base earlier in the day to put Dayton in the governor’s mansion come November. And watch student journalists quiz President Obama here. The Minnesota legislature is unable to broadcast live feeds today due to technical repairs in the capitol, but you can catch the replays of yesterday’s hearing on Ethnic Heritage and New American Working Group and the Minnesota Legislative Hearings On Children And Family Services. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.