We talk about the continued lame duck session fallout, including Wisconsin not being among the two dozen states reaching a tentative settlement agreement against opioid seller Purdue Pharma. We also discuss the party of Trump’s alignment behind right-winger Tom Tiffany in the CD 7 special election, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel slamming Speaker Vos and Rep. Nygren for charging open records requesters exorbitant fees, and the Foxconing of UW-Madison. We review new NPR/Marist presidential primary polling and preview Thursday’s debate. We welcome Citizen Action co-op member State Representative Jodi Emerson to discuss her first year as a state legislator.
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Wisconsin rejects Purdue Pharma settlement as fight over lame-duck laws continues. Wisconsin not part of tentative Purdue Pharma opioid deal; attorney general pledges to pursue case.
Candidate Emerges to Succeed Duffy in Congress.
Knives come out as Tom Tiffany announces for Congress: Democrats jump on ‘Toxic Tom’.
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Opinion: Wisconsin’s top lawmakers are jacking up costs to rebuff requests for public records.
Foxconn pledged $100 million to UW-Madison. The school has so far received $700,000.
Poll: Democrats Most Like Warren, But Voters Overall Are Lukewarm On Democrats, Trump.