A Wisconsin exchange program brings 18-year-olds from Israel to Milwaukee for a volunteer year of service. We meet two students and hear their concerns about the Israel-Hamas war. Then, we discuss proposals that could affect competitiveness and transparency in the building of utility transmission lines.
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As Wisconsin utilities request millions in rate increases over the next year, lawmakers introduce several bills to increase transparency and competition among Wisconsin utility providers. We get perspective from the conservative, free market advocacy group Americans for Prosperity.
Israeli teens spending year in Milwaukee share hopes, fears
In August, two Israeli teenagers came to Milwaukee to spend a gap year between high school and mandatory military service. Months later, Israel is at war with Hamas militants, resulting in thousands of civilian deaths. The teens talk about their lives as they worry for family and friends back home.
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