La Crosse Distillers Pivot To Producing Hand Sanitizer, Recommendations For Virtual Events And Sightseeing, State GOP Reacts To ‘Safer At Home’ Order

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Sue, the famous T-Rex skeleton in Chicago
Sue, the Tyrannosaurus rex, at Chicago’s Field Museum is dismantled to move to a new exhibit space in 2019. Teresa Crawford/AP Photo

We talk to a La Crosse business that’s trying to help sanitize Wisconsin during the COVID-19 outbreak. We also talk to a travel writer about ways to experience some of the world’s best art, history, entertainment and nature… remotely and at no cost. And we hear Republican Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke’s thoughts on Gov. Evers’ “Safer At Home” order.

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  • GOP Leader Shares Perspective On Gov. Evers' 'Safer At Home' Order

    Some Republican members of the state Legislature have criticized the rollout of Gov. Evers’ “Safer At Home Order,” saying it created confusion for Wisconsin’s residents and businesses. We hear a perspective from Republican Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke.

  • La Crosse Distillery Creating Free Hand Sanitizing Product

    The shelves have been missing hand sanitizer in many Wisconsin stores lately, and one Wisconsin distillery is hoping to meet the sanitizer demands of its community by creating their own and making it available for free. We hear from the founders of La Crosse Distilling Co.

  • More To See While Staying Inside

    A travel writer joins us to discuss some of her favorite ideas for touring famous museums, listening to world-class symphonies or hiking picturesque remote mountains — all virtually and free, from your couch.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Jim Steineke Guest
  • Chad Staehly Guest
  • Nicholas Weber Guest
  • Meredith Carey Guest

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