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Here & Now: Tribal Nations in Wisconsin Feeling Federal Shutdown Pain
Wisconsin's Tribal Nations stressed since funding obligated under treaty rights is stopped.
PBS NewsHour: The Federal Shutdown and Farmers
The shutdown comes at a 'tough time' to be an American farmer.
Deep Look: How Kittens Go From Clueless to Cute
Born deaf and blind, kittens need constant warmth and milk to survive.
Mapping the Springs of Wisconsin
For University Place, Grace Graham and Sue Swanson discuss locating and monitoring springs in Wisconsin.
Origin of Everything: Race and the Census
Why does the government care about race?
Race & Public Discourse in Progressive Cities
For University Place, Sue Robinson and Kaleem Caire focus on racial inequity in progressive communities.
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