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Politics & Government
3:37 pm
Thu March 3, 2011

Norquist Chides Budget Plan for Crippling Milwaukee's Ability to Generate Wealth

Former Milwaukee mayor and state legislator John Norquist has strong opinions about the budget battling people are waging in Wisconsin.

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Recall Election
2:16 pm
Wed March 2, 2011

Thirteen Senators from both Parties Targeted by Recalls

Credit Andy Stenz Photography

Recall paperwork has been filed in recent days for eight Republican state senators and five of their Democratic colleagues.

The Government Accountability Board said Wednesday the Republicans targeted are: Robert Cowles, Alberta Darling, Glenn Grothman, Sheila Harsdorf, Randy Hopper, Dan Kapanke, Mary Lazich and Luther Olsen.

The Democratic senators targeted are: Spencer Coggs, Dave Hansen, Jim Holperin, Minority Leader Mark Miller and Robert Wirch.

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Environment
1:32 pm
Wed March 2, 2011

Aldo Leopold Documentary

Environmental historian Susan Flader at Aldo Leopold Legacy Center in Baraboo.

WUWM environmental reporter Susan Bence spoke with Susan Flader and Curt Meine, Aldo Leopold scholars featured in the documentary “Green Fire” that’s been shown tonight in Milwaukee. The film is slated to air on public television in 2012.

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Capitol Protests
2:14 pm
Fri February 25, 2011

Thousands of Protesters Plan to Return to the Capitol

Union workers protest outside the capitol on Thursday.

The state Assembly approved Gov. Scott Walker's budget repair bill early Friday morning. It contains a provision that would strip public employees of most collective bargaining rights and has been the subject of massive protests at the capitol in the past ten days. UW-Madison student Lance Janssen says the debate isn't over because the state Senate still has to vote. He plans to return to the capitol in the next few days.

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Environment
1:25 pm
Wed February 23, 2011

Tackling Wildlife Disease

Dr. David S. Blehert and his National Wildlife Health Center colleague Dr. Carol Meteyer, both members of the original team of scientists who discovered white-nose syndrome.

Susan Bence is WUWM’s environmental reporter. She produced our piece on the National Wildlife Health Center in Madison. The NWHC is where the leading work on White-Nose Syndrome in bats is taking place.

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