First, we talk about the pressing issues in Brown Deer with the village’s leader. Then, we speak with a researcher about what Wisconsin’s slowing population growth means for the state’s economy.
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Meet the Brown Deer Village Board President
Municipalities are on the front lines of some of the country’s most pressing issues, including climate change, police reform and affordable housing. In the latest of our conversations with Wisconsin’s municipal leaders we chat with Wanda Montgomery, who is president of the Brown Deer Village Board.
Wisconsin's waning population weighs on workforce
The U.S. Census Bureau says the United States is experiencing the slowest population growth since the nation’s founding. The stagnancy is true for Wisconsin, too. A demographer tells us what the trend means for the state’s economy and workforce.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Clara Neupert Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Wanda Montgomery Guest
- Dale Knapp Guest
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