Wisconsin News Roundup, Immigration Fix, Ending Generational Labels, Anti-Abortion Law Changes

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Over the past decade, Congress has not been able to answer the complex question of immigration reform. A former attorney general has a blueprint that he believes would get bipartisan support and solve the country’s immigration issues. We also explore how generational labels may be holding us back, and cover the week’s top stories including the latest updates on a new Milwaukee arena plan. And, we get a report on the changes to a possible anti-abortion law in the state legislature.

Featured in this Show

  • State News Roundup For June 5, 2015

    News Director Michael Leland joins us for a look at the biggest headlines from around the state this week, including the latest on anti-abortion legislation, and a new Milwaukee arena agreement.

  • Former U.S. Attorney General Offers Blueprint To Fix Immigration

    For a nation of immigrants, the United States has found it surprisingly difficult to formulate immigration policies. At a time of intensified immigration debates, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales offers a blueprint to fix a system he sees as in desperate need of reform.

  • Millennials? Baby Boomer? Who Cares? The Case Against Generational Labels

    A lot of popular culture and scholarly research tries to generalize about people based on generational labels like millennial, Gen X, and Baby Boomer–but a guest makes the case that those labels hide more than they reveal.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Matt Oleson Producer
  • Marika Suval Producer
  • Michael Leland Guest
  • Judge Alberto Gonzales Guest
  • Rebecca Onion Guest

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