A UW-Madsion study released this week tracks data on evictions in Dane County, finding some groups and areas more heavily affected than others. Brenda Konkel of the Tenant Resource Center and Revel Sims of UW-Madison’s Urban and Regional Planning Department join Tony to discuss the study and other housing issues in the area. Tenant Resource […]
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s recent report on the effects of Act 10 on education in the last five years found a sharp increase in teacher turnover rates around Wisconsin, driven by a new “free agency” dynamic. Mark Lindsey, a local teacher and President of WEAC’s Region 6, talks to Tony Castaneda about the shifts in […]
The new film “Thank You For Your Service” screens at the Barrymore Theater in Madison on October 25th at 7pm. It deals with the complex issue of mental health in the military and the challenges soldiers face when returning from the battlefield. Veteran Justice Castaneda and Dean Loumos of Housing Initiatives join Tony to discuss […]
After reports that the Wisconsin DMV had given out inaccurate information to those seeking a voter ID, the law is back in court. Judge James Peterson had harsh words for the State and its implementation of the ID process. Analiese Eicher of One Wisconsin Now joins Tony Castaneda to talk about the case. Judge Blasts […]
On November 8th, Oregon voters will decide whether to pass “Measure 97” and establish a new tax on corporate sales within the state. Revenue would go to education, health care, and senior services. Tony Castaneda talks with teachers’ advocate Tad Shannon about the referendum. Yes on 97 Website NY Times: Measure 97 Splits Oregon Voters
WORT FM host Tony Castaneda speaks with the owners of Let It Ride Cold Brew as well as the Parched Eagle brewmaster.