Trump’s Impact On The Presidency, Update On Coronavirus, Child Abuse Legislation

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Doctors are working to contain the spread of the coronavirus from China. We find out what we should know about the illness. We also hear about a state bill to protect children from being placed with abusive guardians. Plus, a chat with an author about how President Trump is impacting his office.

Featured in this Show

  • Author Outlines Trump's 'Unmaking' Of The Presidency

    We’re joined by a political expert and author of the new book Unmaking the Presidency, who explains why he thinks President Trump has done major damage to the world’s most powerful office.

  • The Latest On Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there are at least five confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in the U.S. We get the latest on the deadly outbreak, who’s at risk and what’s being done about it.

  • Legislation Aims To Close Loophole That Led To Manitowoc Boy's Death

    After a Manitowoc boy was removed from an abusive household in 2016, he was placed with another abusive relative, later dying in their care. We find out about the legal loophole that led to his relocation and a bill that’s been introduced to prevent similar situations in the future.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Benjamin Wittes Guest
  • Kristen Bernard Guest
  • Doug Schneider Guest

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