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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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Capitol Protests
2:11 pm
Mon February 21, 2011

Some Fear Impact of Changes in Governor's Upcoming Budget

Police monitor crowds in Madison.

Protests in Madison enter a second week today. Thousands of people are expected in the state’s capital today to continue their protests against a bill that would strip unionized state workers of virtually all of their collective bargaining rights.

WUWM’s Bob Bach was in Madison over the weekend and joins us in the studio this morning with more on the story.

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Capitol Protests
2:08 pm
Sat February 19, 2011

Dueling Demonstrations in Madison

A woman demonstrates in Madison in support of collective bargaining changes proposed by the Governor.

It's been another lively, emotional day at the state Capitol in Madison.

Thousands of demonstrators have been on hand, most protesting Governor Scott Walker's plan to strip public workers of most bargaining rights.

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Capitol Protests
1:55 pm
Fri February 18, 2011

Madison Protests & AWOL Senators

We examine the possible short and long term fallout of the protests in Madison and the subsequent hiding of Democratic state senators. Mordecai Lee is a professor of Governmental Affairs at UW-Milwaukee and an occasional political analyst for Lake Effect.

Capitol Protests
2:05 pm
Thu February 17, 2011

Madison Protests Not Expected to Make Difference in Passage of Budget Repair Bill

Protestors are expected to gather for third day.

The Joint Finance Committee late last night approved legislation that would strip the public sector of most of its collective bargaining rights. All 12 Republicans on the committee voted in favor of the bill, while the four Democrats opposed the controversial legislation that has drawn thousands to the state Capitol this week. WUWM’s LaToya Dennis joins us in the studio with the latest developments.

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