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We continue our Dig Deep conversation with Chuck Marohn and Aaron Brown.  They delve into environmental regulation and suggest a need to rehaul our current system. 

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This week Aaron Brown and Chuck Marohn began the conversation on the backstory of environmental regulations.   This stems from the current contentious conversations and political movments concerning copper nickel mining in northern Minnesota. 

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In December we invited the community for a conversation about what makes our towns strong in northern Minnesota - Aaron and Chuck are leaders in their hometown communities who want to make these places better.  Tune in for a thought provoking night of conversation, and let us know what you think could be better about where YOU live!

More on impeachment on Dig Deep with Chuck Marohn and Aaron Brown

Listen in to the third part of our Dig Deep conversation with liberal commentator Aaron Brown and conservative Chuck Marohn.  The conversation moves into impeachment of Presidents Nixon and Clinton.

Today we continued the conversation with Aaron Brown and Chuck Marohn on the history of impeachment.  This time they set the stage for us on the impeachement of President Andrew Johnson who became president with the assassination of President Lincoln in 1868.  Chuck and Aaron take a look at the reconstruction period and the 11 articles of impeachment of President Johnson which were:

Dig Deep is a conversation between our liberal commentator Aaron Brown and conservative Chuck Marohn.  They come at topics from different angles, but model for us how to talk to people with different beliefs.  In this  episode, we hear about the origins of the impeachment clause of the U.S. Constitution, Article 1.

This month our conversation has been about the concepts in Chuck Marohn's new book Strong Towns - A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity.  In this podcast only edition our commentators Chuck Marohn and Aaron Brown go a little deeper yet. 

What do buildings mean to a town?  What does the current model of large parking lots, big box stores, few trees and large signs mean to the residents of a town?

Aaron Brown and Chuck Marohn continue the Strong Towns - the book - conversation here.  What makes your town special?  How do we plan growth in small towns now compared to before WWII?  Do things that seem small - sidewalks, trees, parks matter to where we live?

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We continue our conversation with Aaron Brown and Chuck Marohn today on Dig Deep about Chuck's book that was recently released "Strong Towns - A Bottom Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity". 

You can meet Chuck and Aaron and ask them questions at the LIVE Dig Deep Event celebrating the publication of Strong Towns at the Reif Center in Grand Rapids December 10th at 7pm.

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