Gill v. Whitford Ruling, Crying At Work, Housing Market Update

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Housing prices are high, interest rates are going up, and new trade tariffs are impacting construction. We look at how all these factors are impacting the housing market for buyers and sellers. We also discuss whether and when its acceptable to get emotional in the workplace and talk to WPR’s Capitol Bureau Chief about the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Wisconsin’s redistricting case.

Featured in this Show

  • Supreme Court Rules In Wisconsin's Redistricting Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision Monday morning in one of the state’s most-anticipated rulings of the year. We get the details from WPR’s Capitol Bureau Chief.

  • When Is It OK To Cry At Work?

    A recent survey shows that 45 percent of American workers have admitted to crying at work. While most workers said crying is acceptable once in a while, a third said shedding tears is never OK. We look at the reasons people cry on the job and how to manage our emotions.

  • Challenges In The Housing And Rental Markets

    Federal interest rate hikes and tariffs on Canadian lumber could have an impact on the housing market as buyers look to secure mortgages or purchase new homes. And the news isn’t better for renters. We speak with Andra Ghent, Associate Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics for the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business, about what’s happening in the housing market.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Shawn Johnson Guest
  • Stacey Nye Guest
  • Andra Ghent Guest

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