Foxconn Could Be New Major Source Of Air Pollution, The ‘Black Lady Therapist’ Rises In Pop Culture, EPA Preparing to Roll Back Fuel Efficiency Standards For New Vehicles

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Foxconn’s planned manufacturing complex would produce emissions that would contribute to air pollutants in the Racine County area, ranking it among the highest in southeastern Wisconsin for smog. We get the details from a air emissions expert. We also talk about the role of the ‘black lady therapist’ on many popular shows and movies. Additionally, we hear more about the EPA’s rollback of standards for new vehicles.

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Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Michelle Krebs Guest