(WORT) — The City of Madison’s 2016 budget includes new funds for developing cooperatives in Madison. Alder Rebecca Kemble has the details on this new initiative and joins Harry Richardson and Helena White at the WORT Studios.
Hosted by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Executive Director Matthew Rothschild. Guests include: Andrea Kaminski of the League of Women Voters; State Rep Terese Berceau; Madison Alder Rebecca Kemble; and Masood Akhtar.
MADISON (WORT) — After nine hours of debate, the Madison Common Council voted to approve the controversial Judge Doyle Square project this week. In the wee hours of the morning Wednesday, alders voted 12 to 6 to make the $200 million project a reality.
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Buzz Host Tony Castaneda speaks with Progressive Magazine’s Rebecca Kemble, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin, and Ride Safe Madison dot net’s Justin LaPlant about Uber, Lyft and Ride/Share regulation.
MADISON (WORT) — District 18 on Madison’s north side is one of the few open seats on the Madison Common Council with a competitive election in the Spring General Election on April 7th. Union Cab worker/owner Rebecca Kemble faces the assistant director for the Center for Resilient Cities Peng Her.