Here And Now All Episodes
Mayor Tom Barrett and state Rep. LaTonya Johnson, D-Milwuakee, on unrest in the city. Minister Caliph Muab’El talks about efforts to restore peace in the area and what Milwaukee needs to do going forward and Racine Police Chief Art Howell explains a new policing method coming to Racine's public schools.
Art Howell discusses the "New Unified" tactic up policing in Racine's public schools. The Racine school board unanimously approved Howell's proposal to implement the plan for a two year period earlier this week. The new approach is designed to foster better relationships between school officers and students.
Minister Caliph Muab'El is the executive director of Breaking Barriers Mentoring. He led over 100 Sherman Park area teens to go door-to-door in Milwaukee earlier this week to peer advise on the subject of peace and civil unrest. He is also the executive director of Voices Beyond Bars, an agency that advocates for former convicts.RELATED
Riots erupted in Milwaukee last weekend after an armed black man was killed by police. Barrett held a news conference the first night of unrest and urged parents to bring their children home if they were participating in riots. He talks about the situation now in Milwaukee.RELATED
State Rep. Johnson's, D-Milwaukee, district includes the Sherman Park neighborhood. Rioting led to violence after an armed black man was shot by a police officer there last weekend. She's interviewed on the ground in this area about the situation in her district.RELATED
State Sen. Steve Nass is the Vice Chair of of the Senate Universities and Technical Colleges Committee. He has long been a critic of the UW System, and argues continuing the freeze will help middle class families. Walker has said he will extend the freeze, which has been in place for in-state students since 2013, in his budget proposal.TRANSCRIPT
Gov. Scott Walker said he would not put new funding for the UW System in his biennial budget proposal. Walker said in a blog post recently any new funding for UW System would be tied to performance, but those measures remain unclear. Cross asked for $42.5 funding increase in a budget proposal this week.TRANSCRIPT
The state-wide poll found Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton's gap over Republican nominee for president Donald Trump is widening. Forty six percent of voters in Wisconsin said in the poll they supported Clinton and just 37 percent were for Trump. Gov. Scott Walker's approval ratings, 38 percent of respondents viewed him favorably, remained unchanged from July's poll.TRANSCRIPT
UW System President Ray Cross and state Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, and UW System President Ray Cross voice their opinions on state funding for the UW System. Charles Franklin analyzes the latest Marquette Law School poll. Three national figures swept their party primary elections Tuesday.TRANSCRIPT
Wisconsin voters headed to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots for hopefuls in their party. In the national races, sitting U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and Russ Feingold will officially face of in November. Johnson ran unopposed and Feingold beat his opponent by wide margins. House Speaker Paul Ryan also easily beat his Trump-echoing opponent, Paul Nehlen.TRANSCRIPT
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