Governor Tony Evers signed several bills last week aimed at reducing the supply of fentanyl in the state. We talk with a doctor about the state of the opioid crisis and what kind of impact the new laws could have. We also talk with the author of a new book on how to preserve free speech while addressing lies and misinformation in our political debates.
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New laws penalize making and distributing fentanyl
We learn about how several new laws just signed by Governor Tony Evers aim to bring down the known — and unknowing — use of the drug fentanyl in Wisconsin.
Election law expert on how 'Cheap Speech' has changed American politics
Election law expert Richard Hasen joins the show to talk about the 2020 election, its aftermath and his new book “Cheap Speech: How Disinformation Poisons Our Politics―and How to Cure It.”
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Rachael Vasquez Producer
- Dr. Chris Eberlein Guest
- Richard Hasen Guest
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