Days after former President Donald Trump pleads not guilty to 34 felony charges we get analysis from an Emory University professor. Two of Wisconsin’s most populous cities re-elected incumbent mayors this week. With speak with the leaders of Madison and Racine.
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What the Trump indictment means for our country
On Tuesday, for the first time in United States history, a former president was charged with a criminal offense. We talk with a political scientist from Emory University about what these charges could mean for our criminal justice system, our politics and our country.
Madison, Racine mayors look ahead toward another term
Voters in some of Wisconsin’s biggest cities elected their mayors to another term on Tuesday. We check in with the mayors of Racine and Madison to find out what their goals are for the term and what they see as the biggest challenges facing cities in Wisconsin.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Andra Gillespie Guest
- Cory Mason Guest
- Satya Rhodes-Conway Guest
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