Crisis In Iraq, Minimal Wardrobe, Alternatives To Drunk Driving, Doctors In Hospital Systems

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Drunk driving fatalities account for one-third of the traffic deaths in Wisconsin. Veronica Rueckert and Rob Ferrett look at what can be done to curb drunk driving. They’ll also talk to a woman who has challenged herself to pare her wardrobe down to 33 items, look at various options the U.S. Adminstration is weighing to respond to the Iraq crisis, and hear a report on the changing role of independent family doctors.

Featured in this Show

  • Iraq Crisis: An Update

    Eleven years after the US invaded Iraq that country is on fire as Sunni insurgents sweep into major cities. How should the United States respond to this crisis?

  • Minimalizing Your Closet

    Our guest is challenging herself to live with a 33-item closet for the month of June. She shares her trials and victories with going minimalist and tells us how we can follow suit.

  • Looking Towards Alternatives To Drunk Driving

    Can providing plenty of alternatives, like mass transit and ride sharing, put an end to drunk driving? A guest writer discusses some of the possible solutions out there.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Marika Suval Producer
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Mike McAuliff Guest
  • Alison Sherwood Guest
  • Sommer Mathis Guest

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