Why did the city council vote to hold off on implementing body cameras for Madison Police Officers? Today Carousel Bayrd talks with Alder Shiva Bidar-Sielaff and Jacquelyn Boggess, Executive Director of the Center for Family Policy and Practice to discuss the decision and what’s next for the city.
(WORT) — In response to the attacks in Paris this weekend, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said Monday, “The State of Wisconsin will not accept new Syrian refugees.”
With the closing of Oscar Meyer in Madison, we are reminded of Madison’s economic development. Where is it going? How is Madison supporting jobs and how can we create them? Today Carousel Bayrd talks with Satya Rhodes-Conway of COWS and Madison Region Economic Partnership President Paul Jadin.
Today Carousel Bayrd is talking the city budget. What are the city’s priorities? Is it reflected in this year’s budget? Should anything be changed? Today’s guest is City Council President Denise DeMarb to discuss the new budget.
Carousel Bayrd talks with Silvia Romero-Johnson, Director of Multilingual and Global Education for MMSD and School Board member Michael Flores on the district’s new English Language Learner plan. What does it include? How will this help close the achievement gap? Today they discuss the new plan, Duel Language Immersion, ESL, Duel Language, teacher training and […]
What is going on at the capitol? Today, Jay Heck from Common Cause talks with Carousel Baryd on the bills at the capitol limiting political corruption inquiries, eliminating the Government Accountability Board, and reducing campaign finance laws. Jay Heck has been the executive director of Common Cause since 1996. Common Cause is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization […]