Evictions Update, Washington News, Wisconsin’s Small Businesses & COVID-19

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We look at how tenants and landlords are responding, several weeks after Governor Evers’ ban on evictions lapsed. We also check in on how Wisconsin’s small businesses are doing at the current stage of the pandemic. And we talk with a Washington reporter about several top stores from the nation’s capital, including a newly signed police policy reform executive order.

Featured in this Show

  • What's Happening With Evictions, Weeks After Evers' Ban Expired

    We talk with an apartment landlord association leader, and an eviction defense group leader, about the impacts of the coronavirus on renters in Wisconsin.

  • Checking In On Wisconsin's Small Businesses During COVID-19 Outbreak

    It’s been more than a month since Wisconsin started reopening in mid-May, and the U.S. is now officially in a recession. We’ll talk to the head of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Wisconsin District about how small businesses are doing at this stage of the pandemic.

  • This Week In Washington – June 17, 2020

    President Trump has signed an executive order on policing, establishing a database of officers with multiple complaints against them. Meanwhile, the Senate is out with its own police reform bill, a week after House Democrats passed their version. We find out what’s changing on this story and others out of Washington.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Raphael Ramos Guest
  • Chris Mokler Guest
  • Eric Ness Guest
  • James Hohmann Guest
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer

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