Midday

Midday

Wisconsin’s 1849 law criminalizing most abortions is likely in effect as Supreme Court overturns...

Today's Midday podcast covers the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn abortion protections in Roe v. Wade, triggering Wisconsin's 1849 law that criminalizes most...

Final list of candidates for August primary shows 31 seats have one major party...

This week's Midday podcast covers who's on the ballot for the August primary after the deadline to submit nomination signatures elapsed. The Legislature has...

Baldwin signals federal gun legislation likely to move forward as nation reels from mass...

Today's Midday podcast covers U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's thoughts on the potential for the Senate to move ahead on background checks and red flag...

Republican candidates seek state party endorsement in upcoming GOP convention

Today's Midday podcast covers the upcoming Republican Party of Wisconsin convention in Middleton this weekend. GOP candidates will seek the state part endorsement as...

As ghost guns grow in popularity attorney general candidates differ on regulations

Today's Midday podcast covers the rise in ghost gun popularity as President Joe Biden introduces restrictions on homemade firearms that lack serial numbers. WisPolitics...

Gableman’s election investigation continues as Trump calls out Republicans opposed to the probe

Today's Midday podcast covers former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman's investigation into the 2020 presidential election. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos announced his office would...

Marijuana bill gets its first public hearing on 4/20 and hits roadblocks

Today's Midday podcast covers the first public hearing on a marijuana bill since 2009 as lawmakers propose a bill that would legalize medical marijuana....

MU Law Lubar Center Research Fellow John Johnson talks Milwaukee mayoral turnout numbers

Today's Midday podcast covers turnout results from the Milwaukee mayoral race after then-acting Mayor Cavalier Johnson became the city's first elected Black mayor. Marquette...

Cavalier Johnson wins race to become first elected Black mayor of Milwaukee; Other election...

Today's Midday podcast covers former Acting Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson's win to become the city's first elected Black mayor. Conservative Judge Maria Lazar also...

Milwaukee elections heating up as voting day approaches for mayoral and judicial races

Today's Midday podcast covers the wind-up before next week's Milwaukee mayoral race and the election for 2nd District Court of Appeals. Acting Milwaukee Mayor...

Lincoln Hills population rises with most coming from Milwaukee following car thefts

Today's Midday podcast covers the rising population at Wisconsin's youth prison for boys, many of which are coming from Milwaukee. Milwaukee Deputy DA Elisabeth...

Vos escalates his election concerns to “widespread fraud” and Evers calls him out for...

Today's Midday podcast covers Assembly Speaker Robin Vos after hearing from a group seeking to decertify the election results arguing there was widespread fraud...

UW Health chief quality officer says pandemic outlook positive; Health industry pandemic takeaways

Today's Midday podcast covers health care industry takeaways from the pandemic as we round the second year of COVID-19. UW Health Chief Quality Officer...

Gableman report pushes to decertify 2020 election results, eliminate private funding

Today's Midday podcast covers Special Counsel Michael Gableman's report on what he's found so far digging into the 2020 presidential election. He said private...

Session ends with Assembly approval of Lincoln Hills replacement, Bowen talks Black History Month

In today's Midday podcast, the Assembly unanimously approved a bill that would replace Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake, the state's troubled youth prisons, with...
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