A Huge Win for Wisconsin Jobs (Hour 2)
A new generation of jobs is coming to Wisconsin after this week’s designation by the Biden administration that our state will receive the designation as a Technology Hub for major investments in high-tech research and manufacturing. Our guest will help us understand how this will work in Wisconsin in the areas of personalized medicine, biohealth […]
Filling In w/ Todd Allbaugh
Todd Allbaugh, host of the aptly named ‘Todd Allbaugh Show,’ sits in for Matt to discuss the most pressing stories happening in history today.
Underwood v. Vos: The New Voucher School Lawsuit (Hour 2)
A new lawsuit argues that the voucher schools program didn’t create choices in education so much as it created a cancer that threatens the survival of public education in Wisconsin. We’ll talk to Julie Underwood, one of the plaintiffs bringing the suit, and Heather DuBois Bourenane of the Wisconsin Public Education Network.
Streets of gold bars
Todd Allbaugh continues to fill in for the Devils to talk about the war in Israel, and accused Egyptian spy Senator Bob Menendez.
Don’t try Dom’s gummy bears
Todd Allbaugh takes over the show for a day, as Fabulous Farm Babe Pam Jahnke joins the show to talk National Farmers Day, and look at Vos’ latest comments on impeaching Protasiewicz.
The Roadmap to Protecting Democracy (Hour 2)
While Republicans are working to make voting less convenient and undermine confidence in elections, Democrats in the Legislature have introduced a new package of bills to protect democracy, promote voting and increase transparency of the big money infecting our politics. Rep. Lee Snodgrass will discuss the ongoing fight against those who promote conspiracy theories about […]
Civic Media Morning with Chad Holmes (Hour 2)
Chad of the Chad Holmes Show fills in for Pat while he’s away on vacation. He covers more about conservative Wausau broadcaster Chris Conley, who was arrested last week, and also sports and the headlines with Civic Media’s Todd Allbaugh.
Union Strong (Hour 2)
President Biden joins the picket line with striking auto workers—only the latest display of how workers are demanding better pay and conditions, not only from big industrial companies but mid-sized video game developers, small coffee shops, and other Wisconsin workplaces. Madison reporter JT Cestkowski covers labor issues and tells us what’s behind the growing trend […]
Registration Inclination (Hour 2)
National Voter Registration Day was marked this week with activities designed to support one of the most non-partisan acts of civic engagement out there: Register to vote. We’ll talk to people from two groups that are spending this week helping people check their status, get registered, and save themselves from confusion or chaos in 2024.
Tara Johnson Joins the Race (Hour 2)
T We’ll visit with Tara Johnson, the latest Democrat to throw her hat in the ring for the 3rd Congressional District seat in western and central Wisconsin. Also: Legislative Republicans move closer to passing warmed-over versions of their previously rejected plans for childcare and taxes.