Push for Brewers stadium funding gains momentum, Affordable housing in Wisconsin

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A for sale sign stands outside a home on the market in the north Denver suburb of Thornton, Colorado. David Zalubowski/AP Photo

We speak with a state senator from Milwaukee to learn about the push to give nearly half a billion dollars to fund American Family Field renovations. Then, we talk with state leaders about building affordable homes and connecting people with permanent housing.

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    This week, the state Assembly passed a $550 million plan to upgrade American Family Field in Milwaukee and keep the Brewers until 2050. We speak with a Democratic state senator representing the district with the stadium.

  • Homelessness: Housing leaders share stable and affordable solutions

    The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority CEO explains how $525 million in the newly signed biennial budget will support the people experiencing housing insecurity. Plus, the head of the Wisconsin Builders Association shares an update on permanent housing efforts.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Courtney Everett Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Tim Carpenter Guest
  • Elmer Moore Jr. Guest
  • Brad Boycks Guest