St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman said the severe cold spell was a double-whammy, with school closings putting a burden on working families.
St. Paul's Mayor Reflects On Added Stresses Of Severe Cold For Families
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January 30, 2014

Via PBS News Hour:

JUDY WOODRUFF: The deep freeze settling in over much of the country is forcing state and local officials to take precautions once again to protect people from dangerous subzero conditions. That included the state of Minnesota, where schools were closed today. In Saint Paul, the day began with temperatures of 23 degrees below zero.

Chris Coleman is the mayor of Saint Paul, and he joins us from the Twin Cities.

Welcome, Mr. Mayor.

Tell us, how is this severe cold affecting your area?

MAYOR CHRIS COLEMAN, D-Saint Paul, Minn.: We...

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