We learn more about a Democratic proposal to expand paid family leave in Wisconsin with a lawmaker and policy experts. Then, a doctor joins us to explain how antiviral COVID-19 pills treat the coronavirus disease. Later, we learn more about a push to teach Wisconsin police officers jiu-jitsu martial arts.
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A new Wisconsin paid family leave bill… and where it fits in the national picture
Democrats in the state legislature are again proposing a standard paid family leave policy. We talk about what’s in this latest effort, and what family-related labor problems and solutions other states are experiencing.
Why some coronavirus antivirals are going unused
There’s a new and effective way to treat COVID-19, but some pharmacies in Wisconsin aren’t seeing strong demand for coronavirus antiviral pills. We talk to a UW Health physician about why, and what you need to know about the treatment.
Jiu-jitsu could give police more confidence. A Wisconsin officer is teaching his department
Jiu-jitsu is a Japanese martial art that became popular as a form of self-defense during the 1920s in Brazil. We talk with one police officer who is working to bring the practice to departments in Wisconsin.
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