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Did radio station KMOJ-FM, and staff member violate FCC Law?

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Tune in tonight at 8:30 p.m. to The Ron and Don Show to hear the full story on how a staff member at KMOJ-FM swindled $200.00 from a political candidate with promises of contacted local party leaders and running political ads on KMOJ, which is illegal. To listen to the program, click here. 

Jack Shepherd is running for Minnesota senate as an Independence candidate. He is concerned about how members of the minority community are being marginalized and excluded from a fair playing field of economic stimulus. 

Shepard says, “Blacks in Minnesota's Hennepin County are 9.1 times more likely to be convicted for marijuana possession than Whites.  The long-term collateral costs escalate significantly. Such disparities strip black community wealth and exacerbate equity gaps for individuals and neighborhoods in communities of color. “ 

Shepard wanted to send a message to the black community of the Twin Cities and called radio station KMOJ-FM. Join us for this and more...

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