High school sports rules, Kenosha’s new mayor, Madison lawyer nominated to lead American Bar Association

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Volunteers paint murals on boarded-up businesses in Kenosha, Wis., on Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020, at an “Uptown Revival.” The event was meant to gather donations for Kenosha residents and help businesses hurt by violent protests that sparked fires across the city following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Russell Contreras/ AP Photo

We discuss the rules governing high school athletics and a controversial disqualification. Then, Kenosha’s new mayor explains his vision for the city. Then, we hear a story from Wisconsin Life. Then, a Madison lawyer nominated to lead the American Bar Association joins the show.

Featured in this Episode

  • High school track controversy

    A high school athlete was recently disqualified from competing in track and then allowed to compete after appeals. A state senator and a high school athletics official weigh in on the rules and the decision.

  • Kenosha's new mayor on his vision for the city

    Last month, Kenosha voters elected a new mayor. David Bogdala is only the third new person to lead the city in over 30 years. We talk with the mayor about his goals and the challenges of running the state’s third-largest city.

  • Wisconsin Life

    We hear a story from Wisconsin Life about volunteers who care for wildlife.

  • Madison lawyer nominated to lead American Bar Association

    We talk to the Wisconsin lawyer who is the candidate for the presidency of the American Bar Association.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Duey Stroebel Guest
  • Stephanie Hauser Guest
  • David Bogdala Guest
  • Michelle Behnke Guest
  • Dean Knetter Executive Producer
  • Keegan Kyle Managing Producer
  • Royce Podeszwa Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director