Jan Miyasaki interviews Mary Bottari, Deputy Director of the Center for Media and Democracy, about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to take up the Chisholm case, centering around several Wisconsin Supreme Court justices’ failure to recuse themselves in a case centered around their political contributors.
On this episode of A Public Affair, Matt Rothschild speaks with Mary Bottari of the Center for Media and Democracy about recent revelations from the John Doe investigation. The Guardian newspaper recently published an investigative news story detailing coordination between the Walker administration, major donors, and a non-profit group.
Who were the big winners of the Iowa caucus? What does this mean for the election going forward? Today Allen Ruff talks with Mary Bottari, investigative journalist with the Center for Media and Democracy to discuss the caucus and broader political issues including the influence of “Big Money” in the electoral process.
Why is Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson suing Wisconsin? Is Rep. Christine Sinicki proposing the Equal Pay Act again? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
We are in the second week of the government shutdown, which means we are getting closer to the possibility that the United States will default on its debt. On Friday October 11th, our host Esty Dinur was joined in-studio with Mary Bottari, Center for Media and Democracy’s Deputy Director, to break apart the government shutdown and to take a closer look at who the key players are.