Milwaukee Residency Requirement, Gubernatorial And Mayoral Election Results, Football Town Hall

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Rob Ferrett and Veronica Rueckert talk with Milwaukee’s mayor about what ending the city’s residency requirement might do. Then they’ll talk to a political scientist about gubernatorial and mayoral election results from yesterday, and they’ll discuss safety issues in youth football.

Featured in this Show

  • Mayor Tom Barrett Discusses Milwaukee Residency Restriction

    Residency restrictions for public employees in Milwaukee are curently being debated. In and affidavit filed on Monday, Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett cited a study suggesting that 60% of city wrokers would leaves if the rule ended. He joins the show to discuss.

  • Election Results Nationwide

    A political scientist from Virginia will break down election results in the gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey and the mayoral race in New York City.

  • The Case For A National Town Hall Meeting On Football

    When it comes to football and concussions, there’s a lot of talk about what’s happening in NFL, but one researcher says it’s time to shift the discussion to the youth and high school levels…and America needs a national town hall meeting on the game.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Tom Barrett Guest
  • Kyle Kondik Guest
  • Ken Reed Guest