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On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) stated that inflation is the most important issue in most people’s lives, not Roe v. Wade. 

Co-host Mike Barnicle asked, “What do you do when you’re confronted with the ordinary issues that affect and impact ordinary people, like inflation? To most people, and understand what I’m about to say out here, ladies and gentlemen, it’s a — it’s the paramount issue in people’s lives.

Tester responded, “Absolutely.”

Barnicle added, “Not Roe v. Wade right now.” And Tester responded, “Yeah.”

Tester added, “[I]t’s about doing things in the areas of food. I’ve got a couple bills, not to toot my own horn, but it happens to be that way, along with Grassley and Fischer and Wyden, to put more transparency in the food industry. And it will help not only the cow/calf guys, but it’ll help the consumer. Because we’ve got four companies that control 84% of the beef in this country. So, if we can put more transparency on that, get more competition in that marketplace, which is what these bills will do, along with the work that the president has done, getting low-interest loans out there for these small meatpackers to be able to expand, we can make a difference in the grocery store. As far as gasoline goes, and it’s a big one, I’ll tell you that, gasoline, fuel you put in your cars, this is really an opportunity, not only to drill for our natural resources, but to set up so we can have renewable energy moving forward so there’s more competition in that marketplace. We need to have a moon-shot event to not only deal with climate change, but also make energy more affordable going into the future that doesn’t put a bunch of CO2 into the air. We can do that. … But it involves making sure that we’ve got money for research for better battery technology, better generation, hydrogen fuels, carbon sequestration, making nuclear waste benign, those kind of things.”

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Fort Snelling Renovations Honor The Lands 10,000-Year History

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — The iconic items remain and new elements have appeared.

Fort Snelling unveiled it’s $34.5 million renovations on it’s opening day Saturday.

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“Creates a lot of opportunities for people to engage with all of the stories here at Fort Snelling,” said Ben Leonard, the Minnesota Historical Society senior director of historic sights and facilities operations.

Many of the changes celebrate the 10,000-year history of this historic land well before Fort Snelling was even here.

“This is Dakota homeland,” Leonard said. “And so to integrate those stories and to start with that is really important to put Fort Snelling and this area and Minnesota and the nation in context.”

In place of the old visitor center and parking lot is a view of the river and a freshly planted prairie. Plus a new structure: the Treaty of 1805, revealing itself as you walk.

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“The whole military presence here at Fort Snelling was made possible by that treaty, so we really wanted to highlight that. We wanted to connect that to 10,000 years of history, to Dakota sovereignty,” Leonard said.

Inside the new visitor center and museum are examples of Fort Snelling’s contribution in many eras.

“I think what’s really important, and why people should come here and why Fort Snelling matters, is you can’t really tell the history of America without telling the history of Fort Snelling,” Leonard said.

Old stories, new to some.

The renovations cost $34.5 million. Nearly $20 million came from the state. The rest was privately funded.

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The Minnesota Historical Society will have concerts and other events at Fort Snelling’s new facilities throughout the summer.

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