State Capitol Report: Sexual Assault Evidence, Water Protection, Farm Aid

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The Wisconsin Capitol Building
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With the state Assembly and Senate passing different bills dealing with sexual assault evidence, we talk to an advocate about ideas that would improve how the state handles sex crimes. Then we chat with Republican state Sen. Patrick Testin about proposals to protect water, help farmers and more.

Featured in this Show

  • Advocate: How Wisconsin Could Improve Sexual Assault Cases

    The state Assembly and Senate this session approved different bills aimed at preventing backlogs of sexual assault evidence, raising doubt that any legislation would become law. An advocate discusses how lawmakers in Wisconsin and other states are seeking to improve how sexual assault cases are handled.

  • GOP Senator Discusses Water Protections, Farm Aid, Taxes

    The state Senate is weeks away from adjourning its regular business calendar for the year. Sen. Patrick Testin, R-Stevens Point, joins the program to discuss pending legislation aimed at water protections, farms, tax relief and elder abuse.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Keegan Kyle Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Ilse Knecht Guest
  • State Senator Patrick Testin Guest

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