MADISON (WORT) — Support for Walker’s presidential run in Wisconsin has slipped considerably over the past few months. There has also been a substantial dip in Walker’s job approval rating.
Week on Mel & Floyd: Scott Walker’s Slappable Mug, North Koreans get a Raise, a headband for two, Kicking Goofy in the shins, Childish behavior in the Workplace, PLENTY of Technical Difficulties, A Train full of Nazi Gold or Al Capone’s Vodka Bottle, y ¡Mucho MAS!
MADISON (WORT) — On Tuesday, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker introduced his plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act as part of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. Walker’s calling it the Day One Patient Freedom Plan.
This week on Mel & Floyd: James Brown’s Surprising Lack of Kazoo, George Washington Spinning in his Grave, Putting all your Quatloos on Scotty Walker and the Roofie Billionaire as well as sillyness beyond your wildest of dreams!
As part of our monthly partnership with the fine folks over at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, Managing Editor Dee Hall spoke with Brian Standing about the latest in the open records debacle, more trouble with businesses who received WEDC loans, and new information regarding the now-closed John Doe probe.
MADISON (WORT) — Wisconsin progressives were dealt a painful blow when Russ Feingold was unseated by business executive Ron Johnson in the 2010 U.S. Senate race. It turned out to be just the first of several crushing defeats for progressives. As Feingold tells WORT’s Dylan Brogan in this exclusive interview, Wisconsin is ready for a new approach, even if it’s from a familiar face.