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Providing Hero Pay to COVID Workers / Interpreting the Census

Providing Hero Pay to COVID Workers / Interpreting the Census

Update: 2021-09-02
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The Frontline Worker Pay Working Group’s recommendation for how to distribute the $250 million in financial support for essential workers is due in early September  Senator Karin Housley, co-chair of the special working group, joins Capitol Report moderator Shannon Loehrke to talk more about the panel’s progress in deciding how to allocate the money.

The decennial census aims to count every resident in the United States in order to determine congressional and state legislative representation. The information also provides a treasure trove of data that helps demographers understand population trends.  Minnesota’s State Demographer Susan Brower joins Shannon to highlight Minnesota’s changing population. 

For more than 20 years, Roy Wilkins was the executive secretary of the NAACP, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.  The ‘Spiral for Justice’ memorial on the Minnesota Capitol grounds commemorates his work for racial equality.  Former State Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board Secretary Paul Mandell explains the memorial and its recent renovation.

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Providing Hero Pay to COVID Workers / Interpreting the Census

Providing Hero Pay to COVID Workers / Interpreting the Census

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