We discuss Republican Assembly leader Robin Vos saying climate change is “probably” real but there is nothing we can do about it the same week a new Harvard study says Wisconsin should invest in windmills and solar to reduce our high dependence on coal which has significant health impacts on residents and climate. We are joined by Citizen Action’s Healthcare Director, Claire Zautke to discuss a new Georgetown study finding a second consecutive year of increases in uninsured children in America and Wisconsin continues to trail our neighboring states in coverage rates. We also discuss new legislation for marijuana decriminalization in Wisconsin, Wisconsin again has the worst gap in academic achievement between black and white students, and Sean “Duffman” Duffy put his foot in his mouth again and facing criticism after questioning decorated Army veteran’s loyalty to country in an effort to defend Trump.
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Wisconsin GOP leader Robin Vos says climate change is ‘probably’ real.
Vos: Climate Change Is ‘Probably’ Real.
Harvard study suggests Great Lakes region should install more solar to improve health, environment.
New report shows high levels of uninsured children
Wisconsin fares better than some states, but is still losing ground.
Wisconsin again has the worst gap in academic achievement between its black and white students.
Democrats Push for Marijuana Decriminalization in Wisconsin.
Sean Duffy faces criticism after questioning Army veteran’s loyalty to country.
Report: CNN executive defends Sean Duffy in wake of his comments on Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.