Minnesota Now: April 11, 2024

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The Biden administration just set the first-ever federal limit on forever chemicals, which leaves 22 cities in Minnesota over the limit. We hear about what’s being done to protect residents’ health.

A new book celebrates the life of Duluth civil rights activist Ethel Ray Nance, in the words of her granddaughter.

As a Minnesota runner prepares for the Boston Marathon on Monday, she is fighting at the state capitol for rights for those who use prosthetic legs.

We hear about an ambitious Shakespeare project ready to take the stage in Minneapolis.

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Plus, we get the latest on the Frozen Four and the Timberwolves ownership drama along with other Minnesota sports news.

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