Jill Stein, a candidate for the 2016 Green Party nomination for President of the United States, spoke with WORT’s Darien Lamen about the need for progressive voters to break what she calls an “abusive relationship” with the Democratic party.
A Dane County judge struck down Wisconsin’s right-to-work law Friday. Paul Secunda of Marquette University Law School talks about the legal basis for that decision and how likely it is to withstand an appeal.
A judge has struck down Wisconsin’s right-to-work law. Darien Lamen reports on the legal basis for ruling, and on the polarized response it has prompted.
Students at La Follette High School are making the final edits to a series of bilingual podcasts that tell the story of Madison’s first dual language immersion program–in the community’s own words. Sergio González speaks with WORT’s Darien Lamen about the project.
A citywide day of action in Chicago last Friday brought tens of thousands of people into the streets and onto picket lines as part of an intensifying fight to keep public services and institutions funded. Darien Lamen was there, and filed this report from the front lines in Illinois’ “fight for funding.”
Janesville city council approved a new ordinance Monday establishing the right of transgender people to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity. Darien Lamen reports.