The school's VP of policy responds to an EPI report criticizing the school.
The state's attorney general defends the law, which was struck down this week.
The ACLU lawyer discusses the group's victory in court this week over the voter ID law.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, a UW educational policy and sociology professor, explains the proposal.
Automotive giant Toyota issued a series of massive recalls over the past months, addressing issues with its Camry and Corolla sedans and Prius hybrid -- issues concerning acceleration and brakes that have lead to recalling 8.5 million vehicles across the globe.
UW-Madison Business School Professor Deborah Mitchell discusses the affect of this recall on the company, economy and consumer.
In this week's edition of Here and Now's 'Money Matters' budget series, anchor Frederica Freyberg discusses the impacts of the state budget on the Wisconsin job market.
Republican businessman Dave Westlake meets with Here and Now to offer details of his campaign for U.S. Senate. Republican candidate Ron Johnson declined an invitation, but he will join us in two weeks.
The April 7th discovery of nearly 15,000 extra votes in Waukesha County throws another twist into the already hotly contested State Supreme Court race. UW Madison political science professor Barry Burden speaks about the significance of recount elections, looking ahead to Wisconsin's possible Supreme Court recount election, as well as the historical significance of recount elections.
Professor Lorena Rios-Mendoza discusses her study of plastics in the Great Lakes.
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-Wis., explains why he went against his party and voted earlier this week to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over the 'Fast and Furious' gun sting operation.
Singing commentator Peter Leidy is back this week, singing now about the wonders of Wisconsin.
Zac Schultz interviews Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson at the Republican National Convention.
A piece of legislation designed to help struggling Wisconsin schools is making its way through the state Senate before it wraps up its current legislative session this week. One of measure in this bill would grant more power to the state superintendent of schools to step in to help ailing schools. Superintendent of the Department of Public Instruction Tony Evers discusses this new legislation.
Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca speaks with Frederica Freyberg about his party's take on the recent lawsuits challenging the Budget Repair Bill.
UW System Board of Regents President Brent Smith responds to the proposed UW System funding cut and a new policy to limit its reserve funds.
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