Protecting an ancient Native village unearthed in Oshkosh, Attorney General Josh Kaul weighs in on lawsuits

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We speak with a historian and archeologist about a recently unearthed Native village in Oshkosh. Then, Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul discusses new litigation against social media company Meta, redistricting maps and the Wisconsin Election Commission.

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  • Unearthing ancient Native village near Lake Winnebago

    During a recent road construction project in Oshkosh workers unearthed something historic. A centuries old Native American village had been preserved intact beneath the roadbed in what some are calling the largest discovery of artifacts ever in the area. We get reaction from an archaeologist and historian.

  • State attorney general discusses legal battles over Meta, elections chief, redistricting and PFAS

    Last week, Wisconsin’s Attorney General Josh Kaul joined a federal lawsuit against Meta claiming the social media giant deployed harmful features that purposefully addicted children and teens. We also speak with Kaul about lawsuits and litigation involving the Wisconsin Elections Commission chief.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Jennifer Haas Guest
  • Josh Kaul Guest

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