Open Government Group Files Complaint Against Public Records Board, Argument For Changing Campaign Finance Laws, This Year’s Best Wisconsin Music

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Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig started a short-lived presidential campaign earlier this year based solely on the issue of changing campaign finance and voting laws. He joins us to make the case for changing the laws. We also look at some of the best music to come out of Wisconsin in 2015, and we talk to the head of an open government organization about why they filed a complaint against the Public Records Board.

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  • Lawrence Lessig Talks Money In Politics

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  • The Best Wisconsin Music Of 2015

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Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Karl Christenson Producer
  • Bill Lueders Guest
  • Lawrence Lessig Guest
  • Scott Gordon Guest