$1.5 Million In Aid For Wisconsin Flood Damage, Tennis World Not Immune To Sexism Either

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Heard On The Morning Show

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind talks about flood relief aid Wisconsin received from the Department of Transportation. We find out where the money is needed most and where it might go. We also discuss the tennis world’s treatment of women in the sport.

Featured in this Show

  • Flooding Update, Tariffs, Farm Bill With Rep. Ron Kind

    We talk to U.S. Representative Ron Kind about the $1.5 million in aid Wisconsin received from the Department of Transportation to repair damage caused by flooding, the impending farm bill deadline, tariffs and more.

  • The Serena Williams Incident And Sexism In Tennis

    At the U.S. Open this weekend, Serena Williams faced off against 20-year-old Naomi Osaka of Japan — and, stunningly, lost. Leading up to her defeat was a series of violations and accusations of sexism, forcing the tennis world to revisit questions of gendered standards and inconsistent enforcement of rules. We talk to a sports writer about it.

Episode Credits

  • John Munson Host
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Kealey Bultena Producer
  • Representative Ron Kind Guest
  • Ava Wallace Guest

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