State Rep. Shelia Stubbs offers her thoughts on a package of policing bills signed by the governor. Then, the superintendent-elect outlines her plans for the Department of Public Instruction and talks about the budget for K-12 schools.
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Package Of Police Reform Bills Signed Into Law
State Rep. Shelia Stubbs heads the Legislative Black Caucus and co-chairs of the Speaker’s Task Force on Racial Disparities. We discuss a package of policing bills signed by Gov. Tony Evers and what issues need attention next.
State Republicans Shrink Budget For K-12 Schools
Gov. Tony Evers had proposed boosting funding for K-12 schools by $1.6 billion over the next two years. But Republicans in the Legislature have shrunk that to $128 million. We talk with the Superintendent-elect of Public Instruction about the decrease and her plans after she takes office on July 5.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Angelo Bautista Producer
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Rep. Shelia Stubbs Guest
- Jill Underly Guest
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