We hear how summer camps are operating amid the pandemic. Republican Sen. Ron Johnson discusses whether Congress should approve more aid. Then, a reporter explains the gaps in Wisconsin’s regulations of drillers following a deadly gas line explosion.
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Summer Camps During The Pandemic Summer
Although some summer day camps were forced to shut down this year because of the pandemic, others have found a way to keep operating. We talk with the executive director of a nonprofit that runs camps in Madison and Waukesha about what’s different this year and lessons she’s learned that could help schools when they reopen.
Sen. Ron Johnson Discusses Coronavirus Aid
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson discusses how state and federal authorities are responding to the pandemic, and whether Congress should approve more aid.
Two Years After Sun Prairie Explosion, Wisconsin Has Few Regulations On Drillers
A man died in July 2018 when drillers failed to follow policies and struck a gas line, causing an explosion. A reporter explains that the same drillers are operating in Wisconsin, and the state has few restrictions on direct drilling.
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- Ron Johnson Guest
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