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 population by 50% under two years. What he believes is the solution.

Statehouse reporters Jessie Opoien from the Cap Times and Patrick Marley from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel discuss the last attack ads against Scott Walker and Tony Evers. Reporters also breakdown latest poll numbers.

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Emilee Fannon

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