We hear from the state Department of Financial Institutions on financial aid and college affordability. Then, a Democratic senator talks wolf hunt, personal property taxes and a bill that aims to speed up the process for state agency leadership confirmations.
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State Seeks To Improve College Aid Application Rates
The start of October marks when college students and their families may submit federal financial aid applications for the next school year. A college affordability specialist discusses how the state is aiming to improve application rates and address concerns over debt.
Democratic Senator On Wolf Hunt, Secretary Confirmations, Legislative Priorities
State Sen. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, discusses legislation that would make the state wolf hunt optional, a bill that sets a deadline for state agency leadership confirmations and other legislation he hopes to get passed.
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- Tim Carpenter Guest
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