We examine a Supreme Court case that could have major implications with regards to voting rights with a political scientist. Then a U.S. Women’s Soccer star and UW-Madison graduate tells us what life has been like since the 2019 Women’s World Cup and leading up to the Olympics. And a Madison alder talks about re-discovering an ancient Ho-Chunk winter game.
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Supreme Court Hears Case With Implications For The Voting Rights Act
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday in a challenge to voting limits in Arizona. We learn about the details of the case and why some legal experts are worried about what it means for the future of the Voting Rights Act.
Soccer Star Rose Lavelle Talks Olympics, Leadership And Equal Pay
After rising to international fame in the 2019 World Cup, Rose Lavelle is splitting her play between the U.S. women’s national soccer team and an English club. We catch up with the former UW-Madison standout as she trains for the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
City Alder Helps Bring Ancient Ho-Chunk Winter Game To Madison
The Ho-Chunk game of “snow snake” has been around for centuries, but some Madison residents discovered it for the first time last weekend. We talk with the alder who researched the game and helped test it out in a city park.
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