District Court Strikes Down Right-To-Work, Art Exhibit At Veterans Museum, Preserving America’s Culinary Tradition

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We find out what prompted a Dane County Circuit Court judge to strike down Wisconsin’s 2015 Right to Work law. An exhibit at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum is currently featuring art created by state veterans made in the hope of healing military trauma. Our guest explains how art can help those dealing with PTSD and other issues. We also hear the story of a woman’s quest to preserve America’s culinary traditions.

Featured in this Show

  • Circuit Court Strikes Down Wisconsin's Right To Work Law

    A Dane County Circuit Court judge struck down the 2015 Act 1, also known as Wisconsin’s Right-to-Work law. We find out what that means for workers, employers, and labor unions.

  • WAR:RAW Exhibit Showcases Artwork By U.S. Veterans

    Veterans returning home can face a series of challenges, chief among them is post-traumatic stress disorder. A program in Appleton has been helping Wisconsin veterans cope with PTSD with art therapy, and their projects are now on display at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum as part of the “WAR:RAW” exhibit. Museum Director Michael Telzrow joins Central Time to tell us about the project.

  • Food Friday: Keeping American Culinary History Alive One Cookbook At A Time

    For Central Time’s Food Friday, Jan Longone joins us to talk about America’s culinary history through her impressive collection of cookbooks–some dating back to 1796.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Matt Oleson Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Shawn Johnson Guest
  • Michael Telzrow Guest
  • Jan Longone Guest

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