Wisconsin and Federalism

Current issues like health care reform, same sex marriage, Indian casinos, and climate change illustrate the importance of state and federal relations. Wisconsin has played an especially critical role in the development and implementation of public policies within federal structures. We examine the fundamentals of federalism and how intergovernmental relations have changed over time and how individual states interact with the national government.

At a glance

What: Wisconsin and Federalism

When: Last offered Oct 7, 2014. Check back for next offering.

Where: Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St, Madison, WI

Cost: $50

Continuing education credit: 5 hours (0.5 CEUs)

Instructor: Dennis Dresang

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For additional information, contact Kim Seymour: 608-262-3731

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