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10:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Diners Debate Breastfeeding at the Table

A mother breastfeeds her child at a restaurant.
Credit ibu menyusui/Flickr

Few topics seem to galvanize public debate quite as much as breastfeeding in public.

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Environment
10:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Transforming Water Challenges into Resources

MMSD head Kevin Shafer (left) and Brian Jensen with Allegheny Conference on Community Development shared their perspectives on water resource management.

This week Milwaukee’s Public Policy Forum is playing  host to government researchers from across the country. Water resource management was one of the topics they tackled.

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Arts & Culture
10:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

The Please Please Me 'Shake a Little Harder' on New Record

The Please Please Me just released "Shake a Little Harder," their first EP. The band is Alissa McClure, Jessie Torrisi, and Agustin Frederic
Credit thepleasepleaseme.com

Take a last-minute line-up change, a Craigslist ad and three talented musicians, and you have the origin story of the band The Please Please Me.

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Politics & Government
9:10 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Protestors Can Keep Camp in Penokee Hills

The Iron County board has postponed action about a camp used by protestors adjacent to a proposed iron ore mine near Mellen.

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Politics & Government
1:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Surprise and Outrage over Walker Comments on First Responder Union Rights

Tens of thousands of public workers descended on the Capitol in 2011, when Gov. Walker proposed limiting their collective bargaining rights. This week, he hinted he might be willing to consider doing the same for first responders
Credit Andy Stenz

Gov. Walker raised eyebrows Monday, when he indicated he might consider curbing the power of police and firefighter unions.

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