State Rep. Tony Kurtz, R-Wonewoc, discusses his proposal that would stop a practice requiring some medications to be purchased from specific pharmacies. Then, we talk with the president of the International Crane Foundation about a bill that would establish a sandhill crane hunting season.
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Wonewoc representative talks white bagging, agricultural exports
State Rep. Tony Kurtz is one of two authors of a bill to end “white bagging.” The practice allows insurers to require medications to be purchased from specialty pharmacies. We speak with Kurtz about white bagging, agricultural exports and other issues facing Juneau County.
Should Wisconsin have a crane hunting season?
A bill seeking to establish a sandhill crane hunting season was one of dozens proposed in the Wisconsin legislature last month that focused on hunting and fishing. We speak with the president of the International Crane Foundation on why he thinks hunting cranes won’t solve crop depredation.
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