We continue our exploration of the problem of homelessness with a look at efforts to eradicate it in the Green Bay area. Then, we talk with a UW-Madison professor who has found low-income women increasingly favor bottled over tap water because of concerns about contamination.
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New analysis looks at relationship between gender, wages and trust in tap water
A recent analysis from a UW-Madison professor finds that bottled water consumption is most prevalent among low-income women, signaling a distrust in household tap water. We speak with the professor about this and other recent news in bottled water.
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