Iceberg Breaks Off, Free Madison Pharmacy, Revised GOP Health Care Bill

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A pharmacy in Madison is providing hundreds of low-income, uninsured patients with prescription medicine for free. The manager of the pharmacy explains how it’s possible and their partnership with the UW School of Pharmacy. We look at the potential impact of an iceberg the size of Delaware breaking off of an Antarctic ice sheet. And we take a look at the revised health care bill that Senate Republicans unveiled today.

Featured in this Show

  • UW-Madison Scientist Explains Antarctica's Massive New Iceberg

    A chunk of ice the size of Delaware broke off from the Antarctic Peninsula this week. We’ll learn about why this happened and what it means for climate change around the world and close to home in Wisconsin.

  • Charitable Pharmacy In Madison Brings Medicine To Low-Income Patients

    Hundreds of low-income, uninsured patients receive their prescriptions for free from a pharmacy in Madison. The St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy is unique in Wisconsin dispensing free medications. We’ll learn about its role in the community, and its partnership with the UW School of Pharmacy whose students volunteer there.

  • GOP Senators Unveil Revised Health Care Bill Aimed At Replacing Obamacare

    Senate Republicans unveiled a revised version of the health care bill aimed at replacing the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. A health policy expert tells us how it could change coverage for Americans.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Kate Archer Kent Producer
  • Haleema Shah Producer
  • Matthew Lazzara Guest
  • Yolanda Tolson-Eveans Guest
  • Donna Friedsam Guest

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