By Marisa Wojcik, Zac Schultz | Here & Now
September 9, 2022
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As COVID-19 cases spike again, health officials urge Wisconsinites to get an Omicron-specific booster vaccine, formulated to better protect against variants of the virus causing the most infections.
Charles Franklin on crime, abortion and student debt polling
Scott McDonell on pressures election officials face in 2022
Don Taylor on the UW Health and nurses’ union dispute
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Dr. Amy Domeyer on the lack of OB-GYNs in Wisconsin
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