Complex Yet Worthwhile Recipes, Coronavirus Distancing Exemption For Churches, Taxing Online Home Rentals In Wisconsin

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A cooking blogger joins us to talk about some more time-intensive cooking that’s worth the effort. We also talk to a state senator trying to exempt places of worship from in-person gathering restrictions due to COVID-19. And we learn how Wisconsin’s online home rentals could be regulated.

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  • State Senator Calls For Places Of Worship To Be Exempt From Coronavirus Gathering Limitations

    Wisconsin’s government banned gatherings of more than ten people this week, as communities try to slow the new coronavirus spreading. While some groups are excused, places of worship are subject to the new regulation. We talk with a lawmaker who says faith-based groups should also be exempt.

  • How Home Rentals Are Affecting Local Tax Revenue In Wisconsin

    As the popularity of home rental sites like Airbnb and VRBO have grown, so have their impacts on local tax revenue across Wisconsin. We look at the findings of a new report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum about the issue, and what state regulation could be coming for the industry in the future.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Deb Perelman Guest
  • Senator David Craig Guest
  • Jason Stein Guest

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