WORT has done a lot of coverage on how to vote. Do you know know what you need? Are you registered? With the election seven days away, WORT wants to provide you with the information you need to know. Joining Carousel in the studio are One Wisconsin Now’s Research Director Jenni Dye and Project Director […]
How will the city budget move Madison forward? What vision do our political leaders have for the city? Today, Alders Maurice Cheeks and Denise Demarb join Carousel to talk about the proposed Madison 2017 budget. Police stations, racial justice, homeless street team, $15/hour, bus rapid transit, and more.
How do you have some of the toughest, most critical conversations of your life, when your life or the life of a loved one is on the line? Today, Carousel Bayrd talks to Dr. Toby Campbell, a national leader on Palliative Care, communicating about end-of-life and surgical decisions at UW-Madison. Dr. Campbell is teaching doctors […]
Should there be police officers in our Madison High Schools? What should be the scope of their duties? On August 23rd, Carousel spoke with Madison Metropolitan School District Board Members Thomas J. Mertz and Michael Flores, and GSAFE’s Racial Justice Youth Organizer Ali Muldrow about Educational Resource Officers (EROs) in Madison schools.
Willy Street Co-op’s new location on the north side opened yesterday. What are we doing to ensure that every neighborhood has access to food, let alone healthy food, in Madison? Where are our food deserts? Today, Carousel Baryd talks with Madison Alder Amanda Hall and Ruth Rohlich, City of Madison Business Development Specialist in Economic Development, […]
It’s election day, remember to support your local government by voting. On today’s show, Carousel Bayrd talks with Jenni Dye, Research Director at One Wisconsin Now, about their recent court victory challenging voter ID. And Matt Rothschild, Executive Director at the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, discusses the dissolution of the GAB and the new elections and […]