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11:48 am
Fri September 13, 2013

Analyst: As Negotiations Continue, Russia 'Shrewd' on Syria

Protestors outside the U.S. Capitol building rally for a military intervention in Syria.
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews foreign policy contributor Art Cyr.

Update: High-stakes talks between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov continued on Friday in Geneva. They say they are continuing to negotiate a deal on Syria's chemical weapons, as well as try to renew talks on ending the Syrian civil war.

It has been a roller coaster week for U.S. policy toward Syria. 

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Politics & Government
8:00 am
Fri September 13, 2013

Immigration Advocates Hope Issue Remains Front and Center

Immigration advocates are hoping Wisconsin's Paul Ryan is able to keep their cause at the forefront
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Lawmakers in D.C. are back to work this week. While Syria is garnering a lot of attention, immigration advocates hope their cause remains at the forefront.

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Environment
6:00 am
Fri September 13, 2013

Start Ups Expect Great Things from Global Water Center

Alga Bionics founders Hensley Foster and Jun Yoshitani in their Global Water Center home - beaker of algae as centerpiece

Thursday night, The Global Water Center officially opened in the Walkers Point neighborhood. We meet a couple of entrepreneurs who now share the third floor.

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Arts & Culture
7:00 pm
Thu September 12, 2013

Grieving Mom Honors Late Daughter with 'Legacy Letters'

Leah Dobkin's late daughter, Hannah Rose, had a special connection with animals and dreamed of being an oceanographer. Dobkin was inspired by Hannah to create the "Honor Your Angel" Legacy Letters.
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Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci interviews Leah Dobkin, founder of Legacy Letters.

A few years ago on the show, we spoke with Shorewood writer Leah Dobkin about a new business she was launching called "Legacy Letters."

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Education
4:58 pm
Thu September 12, 2013

No Consensus on What Wisconsin Should Demand of Voucher Schools

As Wisconsin sends more money to private schools for voucher students, lawmakers consider ways to safeguard the investment.

People testified for hours Thursday, on what taxpayers should expect from the private schools getting public money for Choice or voucher students.

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