Here is your InForum Minute podcast for Thursday, July 29th.
Headline story: ST. PAUL — A $250 million fund to pay back front-line workers who served in essential jobs during the pandemic won't be enough to make all those affected financially whole, members of a state working group said Wednesday, July 28.
At their first meeting, members of the Minnesota Frontline Worker Pay Working Group heard from dozens of workers who had to quarantine or take unpaid time off to recover from COVID-19. With nearly 1 million up for possible compensation coming out of a trying 18 months, lawmakers and state commissioners said they likely wouldn't be able to help everyone. Click here to read full article