Sheboygan is a childcare desert no longer with a newly open 24/7 facility. We’re joined by the executive director and Democratic State Senator Melissa Agard to talk about access to quality childcare. Then we tour Kimberly-Clark’s “Flushability Lab” in Neenah and learn what can and cannot be flushed.
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Expanding childcare access in Wisconsin
A 24/7 childcare facility has opened its doors in Sheboygan after years of debate. The executive director explains how it’s filling a childcare void. Plus we talk with Democratic State Senator, Melissa Agard, who’s working to bolster childcare access.
Exploring Kimberly-Clark's 'Flushability Lab'
The personal care product company Kimberly-Clark operates the “Flushability Lab” in Neenah, where researchers test what can go down the toilet. We speak with a technical leader for the company to learn about their research and to learn why some things shouldn’t be flushed.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Courtney Everett Producer
- Trevor Hook Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Sen. Melissa Agard Guest
- Angel Berry Guest
- David Powling Guest
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