In this edition, we’ll hear an exclusive conversation with a world-renowned tabla player, consider the U.S. ag secretary’s view on the future of small dairy farms in Wisconsin, look into the history of Black pioneers, and learn about a new law firm aimed at improving the transparency of Wisconsin government.
In this week’s review, we’ll hear from filmmaker Ken Burns about his new country music documentary, state lawmakers considering legalizing medical marijuana and body cam bills, municipalities asking state lawmakers to take action on gun violence, and a quick thinking eleven-year-old who may have helped stop a spate of assaults in Madison.
In this September 20th edition of the WORT Week-in-Review, we hear about the city council’s vote on F-35 jets, the mayor’s plan for bus rapid transit, a right to die law coming to Wisconsin, state lawmakers skirting public records requests with fees, and the origins of gentrification. Contributors to this episode are Abigail Becker, Jade […]
(WORT) — This week we cover the Day without Latinos Rally, the State of the Tribes Address, and Nigel O’Shea reviews the fish fry at the East Side Club in Madison.
(WORT) — This week we cover the looming overhaul of the Wisconsin Civil Service System and the debate over a new bill targeting so-called “Sanctuary Cities.”
(WORT) — This week we cover new rules for Madison’s outdoor music festivals and the criminal probe investigating abuse at a state juvenile detention center. We also reconnect with Wisconsin comedian Jackie Kashian.