Critics say that parts of the USMCA agreement support some drug makers, but hurt consumers. Continuing wet weather in the state is making it difficult for farmers to spread manure safely. And a political observer says that the intersection of race and class is key to political strategy.
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Generics Trade Group Says USMCA Protects Pharma Monopolies
This week former Governor Tommy Thompson joined us to advocate for part of the new trade deal he says could spur medical innovation. Now we hear a different perspective from a trade group representing generic drug makers: That provision would protect brand name drug companies from competition.
Wet Weather Preventing Farmers From Spreading Manure
Frequent rains and saturated soils are putting some farmers’ plans to spread manure on hold. We look at how farmers across Wisconsin are coping with the wet weather and how it’s affecting their fall harvests.
An Argument For Americans Across The Political Spectrum To Address Race And Class
A constitutional law professor argues that while race is a hot political topic, the nation won’t come close to solving its problems until class is also addressed by all political parties.
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