Legislative climate action, Election laws at stake

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An array of solar panels in Fitchburg, Wisconsin
Madison Gas and Electric’s O’Brien Solar Fields in Fitchburg is 140 acres and includes more than 60,000 panels capable of generating approximately 20 megawatts of renewable electricity. The project is a collaborative partnership with the UW-Madison and a range of businesses and agencies. Jeff Miller/ UW-Madison

We talk to one of the authors of a new report that claims Wisconsin is failing on climate action. Then, we explore what impact the midterm elections could have on the future of election law at the state and federal levels.

Featured in this Show

  • New report says Wisconsin is 'failing citizens' on environmental action

    A new report finds that Wisconsin has taken little legislative action toward environmental issues. An expert joins us to talk about the report and offer advice on what should be done.

  • What the midterms could mean for state and national election laws

    How people vote and election conspiracy theories are shaping this year’s midterm campaigns in a big way. We look at the changes to election law that state and national parties have proposed and what could change depending on the outcome of the upcoming elections.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Emilie Burditt Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Fred Clark Guest
  • Robert Yablon Guest