Capital City Sunday: Bryan Steil, Ann Groves Lloyd and Jim Palmer

This week on Capital City Sunday: Two candidates running on the ballot: one for U.S. Congress, the other in June’s special election. GOP front-runner Bryan Steil responds to criticism that he’s "a rubber stamp" for Washington. Plus, Ann Groves Lloyd is facing off with Jon Plumer in a special election on June 12th. Both candidates are from Lodi, but they’re running on different campaign messages. 

A new survey by Wisconsin’s Professional Police Association (WPPA) weighs in on gun reform, police body cameras, arming teachers and legalizing marijuana. We talk to WPPA’s executive director Jim Palmer about the study and his views on the recent Milwaukee Police video tasering Buck’s player Sterling Brown. 



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