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This week on Americans for Prosperity Radio: Tori Whiting from the Heritage Foundation joins host Jason Flohrs to talk about another $300 billion in tariffs from the Trump administration – this time forcing every family in America to pay more for basic consumer goods. We’ll talk about how we got into this mess, and what the Administration SHOULD be doing instead that might actually work.
Then in the second half: New data shows Minnesota has one of the slowest GDP growth rates in the country, not to mention persistently sluggish private sector job creation and low levels of entrepreneurship. We chat with John Phelan from the Center of the American Experiment about the public policy decisions underlying the weaknesses in our state’s economy.