Many Republicans in Congress say they’ll use a potential default on the country’s debt as a negotiating tactic. We talk with Representative Glenn Grothman about the issue and new legislation he’s sponsoring. We also learn about the effort to remove racial housing restrictions still on the books in some Wisconsin communities.
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Wisconsin Rep. Grothman on debt ceiling and new bills
We ask Congressman Glenn Grothman (R-06) about raising the country’s borrowing limit, and new bills he’s introduced, including one to change penalties for fentanyl-related offenses.
Advocates work to remove restrictive covenants from deeds
Restrictive covenants were once put in place to keep Black and Jewish people out of some neighborhoods and houses. Although those covenants are now illegal, they have not been removed from deeds. An Alderperson working to remove these and a professor mapping the racism from them, join us to talk about restrictive covenants.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Emilie Burditt Producer
- Glenn Grothman Guest
- Ald Margaret Arney Guest
- Anne Bonds Guest
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