Governor Scott Walker signed right-to-work legislation into law on Monday. A Wisconsin business owner discusses how this could affect his life and why he supports right to work. Then we talk to a reporter who’s covering the day’s protests over the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Madison, and we talk to two guests about whether or not Wisconsin is becoming more conservative.
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Wisconsin Business Owner Discusses How Right To Work Could Change His Life
On Monday, Governor Scott Walker signed right-to-work legislation into law in Wisconsin. A local business owner shares how the law would impact his life and change his business.
Reporter Describes Scenes From Protests Over The Police Shooting Of An Unarmed Black Teenager In Madison
On Friday night a Madison police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager. Since then, there have been many protests and community meetings in Madison. A reporter who covered a walkout at several Madison schools and other protests discusses the latest news on this story.
Is Wisconsin Taking Making A Lasting Move Toward Conservatism?
With the passage of conservative legislation, like Right To Work legislation, and other recent laws relating to concealed carry, abortion and Act 10, we consider the question: Is Wisconsin making a lasting turn toward conservatism?
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- Amanda Magnus Producer
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- Mary Spicuzza Guest
- Keene Winters Guest
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