We get the latest on construction of the nation’s first flying car terminal from a cofounder of Volatus Infrastructure. Then, we talk with the director of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services about addressing the opioid addiction crisis.
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Oshkosh lands nation’s first flying car terminal
This summer Oshkosh is expected to be the first airport in the Americas to have a permanent electric vertical takeoff and landing vertiport – or a flying car terminal. We speak with a cofounder of Wisconsin-based Volatus about the upcoming terminal and the flying car industry.
Wisconsin DHS leader on the search for solutions to the opioid crisis
Wisconsin needs more resources for people addicted to opioids, according to a state report. We talk with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services director of Opioid Initiatives about how the state is addressing the crisis.
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