Wednesday on Lake Effect: State of the State Analysis, Muslim Prayer Dispute, Water Conflict
Wednesday on Lake Effect:
Today on the show, a closer look at Governor Walker’s State of the State address last night. Plus we look into the ongoing dispute between a Wisconsin company and some of its Muslim workers. The International Joint Commission examines whether it is effectively managing water conflicts, and the Charles Allis Art Museum does something unprecedented - opening its entire building to an exhibit. We also hear the distinctive voice of singer Joan Shelley.
- Julia Azari, Marquette University; Marti Mikkelson, WUWM News
- Ibrahim Hooper, the Council for American-Islamic Relations; Marge Pitrof, WUWM News
- Dave Dempsey, International Joint Commission; Susan Bence, WUWM
- Niki Johnson, curator
- Joan Shelley, musician
- Walker Touts Achievements, New Education Partnerships in State of the State Address
- American-Islamic Group Hoping for Compromise at Ariens Company Regarding Prayer Breaks
- International Commission Advises Great Lakes States to Protect Against Future Diversions
- Charles Allis Art Museum Utilizes Whole Mansion in 'Threshold'
- Singer Joan Shelley Shows 'There's Just Something in the Water in Kentucky'