A state lawmaker discusses ongoing efforts to close and replace the Green Bay Correctional Institution, the second-oldest prison in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Association of School Nurses president breaks down how a shortage of school nurses is effecting districts.
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Lawmaker renews effort to close and replace the Green Bay prison
With a projected state surplus of $6.5 billion, the state can afford to close and replace the Green Bay Correctional Institution, the second oldest prison in Wisconsin. Republican State Rep. David Steffen joins us to discuss the dilaptidated prison.
Exploring the impact of Wisconsin's school nurse shortage
More than $8 million was recently allocated by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to combat a shortage of school nurses around the state. We speak with the head of the Wisconsin Association of School Nurses to learn about the impact of the shortage.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joel Patenaude Producer
- Trevor Hook Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Representative David Steffen Guest
- Kelly Barlow Guest
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