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Capital City Sunday: Dairy farmer, DATCP Sec. Pfaff, Congressman Grothman, DPI Supt. Mike Thompson

MADISON (WKOW) — President Trump’s Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said he’s not sure if family dairy farms can survive as the industry is shifting towards larger factories.

Sarah Lloyd a dairy farmer from Colombia County and Secretary Brad Pfaff from the Department of Agriculture, Trade, Consumer Protection react to Perdue’s comments.

Plus, Republican Congressman Glenn Grothman (R-WI) reacts to the latest developments on the impeachment inquiry. He still stands by his statements that Trump’s phone call with Ukraine’s leader is “appropriate.” He discusses why he’s seeking more information on Joe Biden’s son Hunter.

The latest assessment on how students are doing in the classroom. Deputy State Superintendent Mike Thompson explains why the achievement gap continues to grow between black and white students, what DPI is proposing to fix it.

Emilee Fannon

Capital Bureau Chief

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