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Ron Rosenbaum, attorney and radio host, dies at 68

Prominent Twin Cities attorney and local radio host Ron Rosenbaum has died of complications from cancer.

Rosenbaum’s brother, former federal judge James Rosenbaum, told The Associated Press on Monday that Ron died Sunday at his St. Paul home. He was 68.

Ron Rosenbaum was known for his wit and was a regular on The Dan Barreiro Show. The pair also co-hosted a local television show called “Enough Said.”

Rosenbaum hosted the “Holding Court” radio show from 1998 to 2006. He and his wife later co-hosted a podcast with that name.

As an attorney, Rosenbaum worked on several high-profile cases. Among them, he represented a former North Stars worker who accused owner Norm Green of harassment. He also represented Canterbury Park in its racino push.

Memorial service arrangements are pending.

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