As the FIFA Women’s World Cup continues, we discuss issues of respect for female athletes and pay inequities with males. We also look at the state biennial budget signed by Gov. Tony Evers. And we review the week in Washington news, including Democratic lawmakers’ visit to the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Issues Of Inequity In Women's World Cup Soccer
With the Women’s World Cup taking place this year, concerns about pay inequities and lack of respect for female athletes have come to a head. We talk about the scope of the issue, and get a first-hand look at what the atmosphere was in Paris at the start of the tournament.
Analyzing The First State Budget Signed By Gov. Evers
Five days after passing the state Legislature, Gov. Tony Evers has signed the 2019-21 state biennial budget into law. We look at what the spending plan means for education, taxes, roads, health care and other issues.
This Week In Washington – July 3, 2019
Democratic lawmakers visited migrant detention facilities near the southern border this week. They’re calling for changes to what they see as inhumane conditions. We hear more about the response. We also talk about a new lawsuit to obtain President Trump’s tax returns, and other top political news.
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