We talk with a UW-Milwaukee researcher looking into how fish regrow their optic nerves and how that might help people with vision problems. Then we talk with the 40-year director of the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau about the state’s finances.
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Fish may hold the secret to reversing optic nerve damage
After fish damage their eyesight, the aquatic animals can regenerate their optic nerve in as little as 12 days and regain their eyesight in 80. The research of a UW-Milwaukee professor is looking to replicate that superpower in humans.
Where did the budget surplus come from? Wisconsin's Legislative Fiscal Bureau director explains
Gov. Tony Evers and GOP lawmakers spar over spending a $3.8 billion budget surplus first revealed by the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau. We speak with the agency’s longtime director about his more than 40-year career and state fiscal policy.
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