Studies show that COVID-19 is spreading through the Midwestern deer population. An epidemiologist talks about what’s happening and what hunters should know. We also discuss how the not guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case is impacting debates over vigilantism, gun rights, and race.
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What Rittenhouse's acquittal means for larger societal and policy questions
With the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse on murder charges, some legal experts say they’re concerned about a potential increase in vigilante justice in the U.S. We talk about whether the verdict was a referendum on certain movements or viewpoints.
What we know about the coronavirus in deer
While Wisconsin’s gun deer hunting season continues, we talk about a recent study that showed hundreds of deer in Iowa as carrying the virus that causes COVID-19.
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