How resilient is Wisconsin’s banking sector? The head of the Department of Financial Institutions explains. Then, we examine allegations made by Chinese prisoners who claim they’ve been forced to make work gloves for a Wisconsin-based tool company.
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Regulator says Wisconsin banks not vulnerable to collapse like banks in California, New York
The recent collapse of four banks in California and New York have prompted concerns that Wisconsin banks could also fail. That’s unlikely for various reasons, according to guest Cheryll Olson-Collins, secretary-designee of the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions.
Milwaukee Tool accused of using forced Chinese prison labor to manufacture some products
An investigation by Wisconsin Watch found that Milwaukee Tool is using Chinese prisoners to manufacture some of its products for miniscule pay, in violation of U.S. law. We speak to the reporter about how the investigation came about and what she found.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joel Patenaude Producer
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Cheryll Olson-Collins Guest
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