Getting Through Grief Together, Delegation Visits Vermont To See F-35s, Pedestrian Safety

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We discuss grief and ways of dealing with it with two mental health professionals who started a website devoted to helping others. Then, we talk to a state representative who recently visited Vermont to see the impacts of F-35 fighter jets there. And we look at how to improve pedestrian safety.

Featured in this Show

  • Working Through Grief As A Community

    We’re joined by co-founders of a website dedicated to helping people manage grief. We talk to them about their project, and how it’s helped them and others.

  • Rep. Taylor Talks About Trip To Vermont To Investigate F-35 Noise

    Democratic Rep. Chris Taylor recently traveled to Burlington, Vermont to see how two F-35 jets have impacted their community. She joins the show to talk about what she saw and heard, and what it means for her support for the jet program in Madison.

  • How To Improve Pedestrian Safety

    According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the number of pedestrian deaths in 2019 has already surpassed last year’s total. We talk about why they’re on the rise and what pedestrians, drivers and others can do to improve pedestrian safety.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Litsa Williams Guest
  • Eleanor Haley Guest
  • Chris Taylor Guest
  • Nick Jarmusz Guest

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