Tuesday on Lake Effect:
We’ll get analysis of how county conservation and other agricultural programs stand to fare in the state budget. Later, writer Temple Grandin – one of the most accomplished people on the autism spectrum today – shares what she believes is a current revolution in how we study and work with autism. We’ll learn about new technology that improves MRI results in people with artificial joint replacements. And Milwaukee writer Barry Wightman’s new novel is set at a key juncture in computer and rock-and-roll history.