Policy and a pint
That’s the name of a public policy series sponsiored by Minnesota Public Radio’s alternative music service and the Citizens League. At a recent “Policy and a Pint:The Economic Meltdown” at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis I took questions about the financial crisis from the audience, along with Jonathan Guyton, a certified financial planner with Cornerstone Wealth Advisors. It was fun, and the audience was terrific.
You can listen to it here
Kara Mcguire, personal finance columnist at the Star Tribune (and good friend) has nice column about the evening.
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