GOP Defense Of Sexual Assault Kit Bill, Guns & Gowns Exhibit, Roger Stone Sentencing Drama

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Wisconsin state Capitol building on a winter morning
Wisconsin state Capitol building. Steven Potter/WPR

We talk with the author of a state bill to prevent backlogs of sexual assault kit testing — with controversial extras attached. Then we look at what’s in a new mashup exhibit in Green Bay’s Neville Public Museum. And we cover the latest in the sentencing of longtime Donald Trump friend Roger Stone.

Featured in this Show

  • Author Of New Sexual Assault Kit Bill Defends Proposal

    The Wisconsin Assembly recently passed a bill to prevent backlogs of sexual assault kit testing. We talk with the author of the plan about how it would work — and why it ties in illegal immigration and school choice.

  • Green Bay Museum Exhibit Looks At Evolution Of 'Guns & Gowns'

    The Neville Public Museum in Green Bay is examining the evolution that’s taken place in two seemingly disparate things: firearms and fashion. We talk to the executive director of the museum and the curator of the “Guns & Gowns” exhibit.

  • A Look At DOJ's Intervention In Roger Stone's Sentencing Recommendation

    President Donald Trump is praising Attorney General William Barr for “taking charge” of the Roger Stone case. We look at the Justice Department’s intervention in Stone’s sentencing recommendation and the resignation of four federal prosecutors from the case.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Representative David Steffen Guest
  • Beth Lemke Guest
  • Lisa Kain Guest
  • Barbara McQuade Guest