Possible Lyme disease cure, Assembly Speaker Rep. Robin Vos weighs in on state’s future

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A deer tick on a blade of grass
An Amblyomma triste, or deer tick, on a blade of grass. Christopher Paddock/ CDC

We hear how science may soon put an end to Lyme disease. Then, Republican Assembly Speaker Rep. Robin Vos will discuss his views on state government.

Featured in this Show

  • New research aims to end Lyme disease

    Wisconsin had more than 3,500 cases of Lyme disease in 2019. The average number of cases in the state has more than doubled over the last decade. We speak with a researcher who is working on a treatment that could eradicate the disease altogether.

  • An interview with Assembly Speaker Robin Vos

    Politico magazine has labeled Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos Wisconsin’s “shadow governor” for the power he wields over state government. We talk with the Speaker about redistricting, the election review and his agenda and goals for the state.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Trevor Hook Producer
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Kim Lewis Guest
  • Robin Vos Guest

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