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Our scheduled "Sound Off" topic for yesterday was bumped so we could discuss of the breaking news about Ned Yost's firing with you. However, since prices haven't gone down, we'll take up the question today: "As gas prices spike (yet) again, have you permanently changed your driving habits?"
Our "Sound Off" topic for Friday is: "What can be done to reduce 'hit and run' cases in the future"? This question is, of course, based on the rash of people who have recently been injured after being struck by drivers who subsequently fled the scene.
Over the past weekend, Milwaukee police responded to at least a dozen shootings. For our "Sound Off" question today, we're asking: "Should Wisconsin allow citizens to legally carry concealed firearms?"