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2:08 Open Phones

Does constant flooding make North Dakota any less attractive to live?
How will the federal government pay for flood aid when its broke? Is it worth discussing when getting our fair share?
Dalrymple invites Obama to Minot, signs he’ll come, Officials working to fight levee erosion, hundreds of homes may have to be raised in Minot, federal Ag officials lay out crop damage
Michele Bachmann Iowa frontrunner? Attacks continue on Bachmann, after John Wayne flub, admits she’s not perfect. Stephanopolous, AP grill her on misstatements, Former Chief of Staff says she’s not ready for Presidency backs Pawlenty, is this to be expected with surge?
Pawlenty attacks GOP opponents and Obama on foreign policy, Afghanistan
Palin documentary to debut in Iowa, if she runs she isn’t meeting with any you are supposed to in Iowa
UND Student Senate backs Kelley on Sioux name
Explosion kills child in rural GF Country, propane tank delivery to blame?
Revenue vs cuts in debt talks key points in Obama vs. McConnell. Aug 2nd deadline likely to not be moved
Does lack of higher ed degrees among ND Legislatures matter?
3 days until shutdown in Minnesota, sides tight lipped except for supporters

2:35 Leading up to the release of “Grassroots” only one week away, we interview former ND GOP Chairman Gary Emineth about his role in the book.

3:05 Mike Carey of the American Council for Affordable and Reliable Energy on the NY Times recent attacks on fracking and news that the EPA will be studying its effects on drinking water.

3:35 Ken Kitzman, President of the Minot Area Community Foundation, on how they will help Minot recover from flooding

3:45 Lt. Col. Kendall Bergmann, deputy commander of the US Army Corps of Engineers St. Paul District, on how much longer flood waters will remain in Minot.

4:07 Open Phones

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Rob Port is the editor of SayAnythingBlog.com. In 2011 he was a finalist for the Watch Dog of the Year from the Sam Adams Alliance and winner of the Americans For Prosperity Award for Online Excellence. In 2013 the Washington Post named SAB one of the nation's top state-based political blogs, and named Rob one of the state's best political reporters. He writes a weekly column for several North Dakota newspapers, and also serves as a policy fellow for the North Dakota Policy Council.

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