Our panel discusses this week’s revelation that Trump knew the coronavirus was ‘deadly stuff’ in February and lied about it to the American people. Next we dig into the explosion of positive COVID tests on Wisconsin university campuses. What are the ramifications? Finally, we kick off post Labor Day campaign season with two Citizen Action co-op members who are running for State Assembly in western Wisconsin: Sarah Yacoub (District 30) and Kim Butler (District 28).
Listen Now – Episode #458
New MU Law Poll.
Bice: State lawmaker claims one house as residence for taxes and another one for politics.
Tony Evers says he would take a coronavirus vaccine and blames Trump for sowing distrust in the process.
One-third of Wisconsinites would not accept a free COVID vaccine.
Biden leads Trump 47% to 43% in new Wisconsin poll by Marquette Law School.
Poll: Support for BLM levels off, no broad boost for Trump after Kenosha unrest.
‘This is an outside insurgency’: Ron Johnson suggests CARES Act may be funding Kenosha instigators.
Task force is “not a substitute for action,” on racial justice, but it “is what we have.”
Trump knew the coronavirus was ‘deadly stuff’ but chose to downplay it, according to recordings revealed in new Woodward book.
University shifts to two weeks of remote instruction, quarantines two residence halls.