Public radio indulges navel-gazing introspection from the Kansas City 12th & Oak honcho as he pretends that most of his pandemic policy decisions weren't made for him.
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It's been a year since Kansas City implemented restrictions on gatherings to limit the spread of the coronavirus - forcing the cancellation of large events like weddings, funerals and other important milestones. Life has changed a lot since then, with mask-wearing and physical distancing almost second nature.