Wisconsin’s fetal protection law is one of the nation’s most punitive. We find out how it impacts pregnant people in the state. We also get an update on the latest happenings at the United States Postal Service. Plus, we get acquainted with the seemingly boring house sparrow.
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Getting to know the unassuming house sparrow
House sparrows may not be the most colorful or exciting bird in the sky, but they’re one of the most common. A DNR biologist helps us get acquainted with the sparrows and their daily routine.
US Postal Service will electrify its trucks by 2026
The U.S. Postal Service announced a plan last month to shift to electric delivery trucks by 2026. We talk about how the fleet will switch over and what it means for the White House’s relationship with Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
Wisconsin's fetal protection law, which allows detainment of pregnant people, is one of the strictest in the country
Wisconsin has one of the strictest fetal protection laws in the country, just one of a handful that allows detainment of pregnant women, and the only one with a low burden of proof that a pregnant person is using drugs. A reporter shares her investigation of this law and how it affects pregnant people in Wisconsin.
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