Commentary: Minnesota Bus Ride

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A six-week bus strike in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul ended recently. For those who drive cars and don't use public transportation, the strike had little effect. But for storyteller Kevin Kling, it was more than just an inconvenience — and for many their daily routine came to a dead stop.



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