I'll be back in the Patriot bunker from 1:00 until 3:00 pm Central Time for today's installment of The Closer.
In the first hour, we'll talk primarily about the surprising development out of the MN Legislature where a Republican State Senator has offered to co-sponsor a bill legalizing same-sex marriage. At 1:15, Autumn Leva from Minnesota For Marriage will call in to the program. I'll get her perspective on these developments as well as find out what lies ahead for her organization as this issue evolves.
In the 2:00 hour, citizen privacy advocate Rich Neumeister will call in to discuss the Minnesota Legislature's proposal to implement the controversial "Photo Cop" on how it has thus far received a chilly reception from both sides of the aisle. On the national scene, will the President and Congress be able to avoid the sequestration deadline, which is slated for Friday, March 1? Finally, I'll recount the sad demise of country singer Mindy McCready (of whom I was a fan in the late 90s), which culminated in her death this past Sunday.
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