We talk to the Wisconsin Elections Commission about how to safely vote during the coronavirus pandemic. Then, we take a closer look at a referendum on the ballot that aims to expand the legal rights of crime victims in Wisconsin.
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Coronavirus: Running An Election Amid The Pandemic
Ahead of the spring primary election, the administrator of Wisconsin’s state election agency discusses how to exercise the right to vote while staying healthy during the pandemic.
Understanding Marsy's Law And Victims' Rights
Marsy’s Law, named after a student who was stalked and killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1983, has been passed into law in states across the country. Wisconsin will vote on a referendum to potentially do the same in April. We speak with an advocate against violence who supports the law and an attorney who is against the referendum.
- Lee Rayburn Host
- L. Malik Anderson Producer
- Keegan Kyle Producer
- Tyler Ditter Technical Director
- Meagan Wolfe Guest
- Veronica Figueroa Guest
- Asma Kadri Keeler Guest
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