On Tuesday, January 8, our host Aaron Perry spoke with Enis Ragland, honored with the Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award, presented by Mayor Paul Soglin. Enis, raised in Milwaukee, has worked for the city of Madison for eighteen years at the Mayor’s Office, the Affirmative Action Department and the Office of Community Services. […]
Acceptance Journeys Project is a campaign which aims to end anti-gay and anti-transgender discrimination to improve the health and well-being of LGBT people. It does this through telling personal stories of love and acceptance. Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Will Walker gain enough support to pass the budget? What does this mean for Wisconsin’s future? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to hear guest host Molly Stentz and Assistant News Director Dylan Brogan discuss the updates in the Wisconsin Budget.
What do you think about public funding for the Milwaukee Bucks arena? Are there economic benefits? Do private owners deserve public funding? How is this any different from any other government loan? Today host Carousel Bayrd spoke with Sachin Chheda of Nation Consulting and Bob Connally of Common Ground.
According to a report by advocacy group Smart Growth America, between 2009 and 2011, Wisconsin spent 39 percent of its highway budget on road repair versus 61 percent on road expansion, thus adding to its backlog of roads requiring future maintenance. Nowhere does this imbalance manifest itself more than in the Milwaukee metropolitan area, where […]
MADISON (WORT) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as a political punching bag during her first campaign stop in Wisconsin. Walker was a convenient foil for Clinton to help demonstrate her focus on addressing income inequality.