As the national conversation around reproductive rights intensifies, Carousel spends the hour with Lizz Winstead, renowned comedian and founder of Abortion Access Front. Responding to listener calls, they touch on the various roles of activism, legislation, religion, and race to the changing realities of abortion access in America. Abortion AF: The Tour comes to Madison […]
As the national conversation surrounding abortion amps up, Ali hosts an open discussion about the status of reproductive justice in America. Our guests are Ingrid Andersson, president of Women’s Medical Fund, full-spectrum nurse midwife, and founder of Mothers’ Milk Alliance; Carousel Bayrd, attorney, Dane County Board member, and former board chair of NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin; […]
In May of 2019, eight states, including Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Arkansas and Utah have passed laws banning abortions that occur in the first or second trimester. The rash of legislation is an apparently coordinated attack on abortion rights seeking to force a repeal of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision by the […]
What happens if Roe v. Wade is overturned? What is the future of reproductive rights in Wisconsin and throughout the United States? On today’s show, Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd dives into the current status of abortion, both legally and in terms of the surrounding public debates. Our guests are Mike Murray, policy director at Wisconsin Alliance for […]
Monday host Patty Peltekos speaks with State Senator Kathleen Vinehout, who’s running in August’s Democratic primary to be Wisconsin’s governor. With plenty of listener questions, they discuss her history as a dairy farmer and as a researcher, and cover topics related to rural issues, the environment, a woman’s right to choose, urban issues, and more.
The State Assembly passed another bill today targeting women’s health care. This bill would prevent state health insurance programs from paying for abortions for state workers. Those who oppose the bill say it puts women’s lives in danger. The bill, authored Republican Rep. André Jacque, R-De Pere, is still waiting on action from the Senate. […]