At Issue: Sept. 12 — new Senate Majority Leader Sen. Miller’s plans for the MN GOP; remembering those lost on 9/11

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This week on "At Issue," newly-minted Senate Majority Leader Jeremy Miller (R-Winona) outlines his vision for leadership and explains what he believes will help Republicans in Minnesota Legislature. Miller became the top-ranking Republican in the state after Sen. Paul Gazelka stepped down from his role and will turn his efforts to running for governor.

Meanwhile, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi lays out a new policy that will ease prosecution on traffic stops that could also come with felonies.

And it’s a somber weekend both in Minnesota and across the country, as we remember the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Tom Hauser takes a special look at the Minnesotans who died on that tragic Tuesday – and our political analysts share their memories of where they were on that day, and what has changed in two decades.