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Capital City Sunday: Leah Vukmir & Congressman Mark Pocan

This week on Capital City Sunday, Leah Vukmir & Mark Pocan

Capital City Sunday: Ed Wall & Reporter’s Roundtable

This week on Capital City Sunday: Former Department of Corrections Secretary Ed Wall talks about his new "tell-all" book; Unethical: Life in Scott Walker’s Cabinet and the Dirty $ide of Politics. Wall defends his actions while in the administration and discusses how he was on the brink of suicide after being fire by Attorney General Brad Schimel. Wall also believes democratic candidates who ran for governor do not a "realistic" approach to reduce the prison popula…

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Capital City Sunday: Mike McCabe & Jamie Derr

This week on Capital City Sunday: Candidate Mike McCabe (D) running for governor talks about his campaign of empowering the people not the party. Also Jamie Derr and soybean, corn, and canola oil farmer discusses impact of tariffs and a new threat from China to impose tariffs on more than 5,000 American goods. 

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Capital City Sunday: Jon Plumer, running for 42nd AD, Weekly roundup with Reporters Roundtable

MADISON (WKOW) — This week on Capital City Sunday:  Jon Plumer, a Republican running for the 42nd Assembly seat open in the legislator. Plumer talks how unique it’s been running in a special election and his openness to increase gas tax for transportation funds. Pus, a weekly roundup of the biggest stories out of the Capitol with veteran reporters Scott Bauer with the Associated Press and Patrick Marley from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We break down GOP con…

Capital City Sunday: CBD Oil debate ends, Mahlon Mitchell for Governor

This week on Capital City Sunday:  The Department of Justice reversed a decision and now said it’s okay for those who own a license to grow hemp to make CBD Oil. This move follows a meeting with Attorney General Brad Schimel, state lawmakers and farm industry experts. We sit down and talk to Rob Richard from the Farm Bureau Federation about just how big this industry will get. Plus, the only African American running for Governor Mahlon Mitchell talks about his campaign.

Seasonable start to week, much cooler late week

Seasonable start to week, much cooler late week

MADISON (WKOW) — Fall is here and so far it’s been quite pleasant, with highs in the upper 60s and

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