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There's Much to Celebrate and Much to Grieve on Earth Day, by Bev Rawling Guest columnist. April 22nd, 2018
2018 Issues Forum Recordings
- WI Senate District 1 Candidate Forum between Caleb Frostman and André M. Jacque
- The Cost of School Vouchers Presentation, April 26, 2018
- The Cost of School Vouchers Power Point April 26, 2018
- Manitowoc County Executive Candidate Forum on March 15, 2018 (Partial recording... please note initial transition to candidate questions is a bit rough, but improves.)
- Wisconsin Supreme Court moderated forum hosted by the Milwaukee Bar Association in Milwaukee, WI on 2/5/18
- Feb 1, 2018 Candidate Forum for Manitowoc County Circuit Court Judge Branch 2 (part two automatically links to the end of part one). The five candidates for Manitowoc County Circuit Court judge will be on the ballot for the primary election Feb. 20. The two with the most votes will go on to the spring general election April 3.
- Hunger in Manitowoc County Issue Forum January 2018
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2017 Issues Forum Recording
The Science of Substance Abuse and Treatment Options, October 19th 2017 Issue Forum Recording, the topic of the Manitowoc County League of Women Voters public forum at 7 p.m. Oct. 19, 2017 at City Hall, 900 Quay Street.
Dan Walters, R.Ph., pharmacy manager at Walgreens in Manitowoc, is the guest speaker. Walters serves as a clinical instructor for Wisconsin's drug recognition program and has given presentations to law enforcement groups across the state. He was a research fellow in the Department of Pharmacology at UW-Madison and has been recognized for excellence in teaching and mentoring pharmacy students. His areas of interest include alternative and natural medicines.
Hot Topics in the News
- Manitowoc Public School District 2018 Operating Referendum Fact Sheet
- Wisconsin's Partisan Gerrymandering Case, authored by Staci Duros, PhD, legislative analyst, published by the nonpartisan Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau discusses the Wisconsin Gill v. Whitford case hearing before the US Supreme Court in 2017.
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