March 12, 2021 Show 1007
- What do the COVID-19 pandemic, voter authorization of legalized marijuana, and the failed re-election bid of former-President Trump all have in common in South Dakota? Frank Pommersheim has the answer. He is a professor emeritus with the University of South Dakota School of Law specializing in the field of American Indian law.
- Neil Fulton's new essay considers why, in the U.S., the response to the COVID-19 pandemic was inconsistent and politicized. He the Dean of the USD School of Law and was the former federal public defender for the District of South Dakota and District of North Dakota from 2010 to 2019.
- We listen back to a Moment in Sound with KC Hughes.
- Hear the poetry of Dana Gioia in this week's Poetry from Studio 47.