MinnPost staff A bit of a changed tune. MPR’s Nate Ryan reports: “Garrison Keillor says Minnesota Public Radio was wrong to cut business ties with him last week without fully investigating what a senior executive has described as ‘multiple allegations’ against the former "A Prairie Home Companion" host spanning an extended period of time. … Jon McTaggart, CEO of MPR's parent company American Public Media Group, addressed the issue at an employee meeting Wednesday. McTaggart didn't provide details of the allegations against the 75-year-old veteran broadcaster, saying only that he has shared them with lawyers and board members.”No Ford site plebiscite. The Star Tribune’s Jessie Van Berkel reports: “A group of residents that...
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Keillor says MPR wrong for not conducting full investigation