Issues raised by state-based conservative law firm, Last undeveloped lakes of Wisconsin

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Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty
Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty President Rick Esenberg announces a lawsuit over Gov. Tony Evers’ veto power July 31, 2019. Photo courtesy of PBS Wisconsin. 

Founder and president of the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty lays out top concerns for the state-wide conservative law firm. Then, the author of a new book “Wisconsin’s Wild Lakes” details how few of the state’s 15,000 lakes are undeveloped.

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Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Christine Hatfield Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Rick Esenberg Guest
  • John Bates Guest
  • Lee Rayburn Interviewer

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