Breaking down the 25th Amendment Wisconsin lawmakers are calling to invoke with Prof. Helpap

But, what is the 25th Amendment, Section 4 that people are talking about?UWGB Political Science Professor David Helpap, said, “essentially if some individuals within government feel like the president is unable to meet his duties in office because of physical or mental incapability’s he can be removed from office.”Those individuals would be Vice President Mike Pence and the president’s cabinet.”They would draft a letter and send it to the House of Representatives and Senate, saying that the President is incapable of continuing on in his role,” said Helpap.From that moment the president loses power, but is not removed from office. The only thing he can do is challenge the transition of power. Then, leaving it in the hands of congress.” Both houses have to vote on whether or not they agree with the assessment by the vice president and cabinet. That can take up to 21 days I believe it is,” said Helpap.

Source: Breaking down the 25th Amendment Wisconsin lawmakers are calling to invoke | WLUK

Local professor says we can use our anger for good | WLUK

GREEN BAY (WLUK)—It seems these days that everyone is angry. Angry about politics. About racial injustice. About the pandemic. But a local researcher says there are ways you can harness that anger for good. UW-Green Bay Professor Ryan Martin (psychology) has a new book out on the topic: “Why We Get Mad: How to Use Your Anger for Positive Change.” Martin appeared on Good Day Wisconsin to talk about why people are so angry and what we can do to cope with that anger.Martin offers more resources for healthy anger management on his website www.alltheragescience.com.

Source: Local professor says we can use our anger for good | WLUK

Prevea announces community COVID vaccine clinics at UWGB, Sheboygan

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Prevea Health is anticipating direction from the state on who will fall into the next vaccine group any day now. It’s partnering with UW-Green Bay and UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus to set up community COVID-19 vaccine clinics.One of the clinics will be located at the Kress Events Center at the campus of UWGB. The second clinic will be located in the gym of the Sheboygan campus.These clinics are expected to open in late January or early February.“We want to be ready, and we know it’s not a matter of months, it’s a matter of days to maybe a few weeks before we start vaccinating outside of health care,” said Dr. Ashok Rai, president and CEO of Prevea Health.

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COVID-19 vaccine clinics to open on UW-Green Bay campuses | WLUK

GREEN BAY (WLUK)—Prevea Health is partnering with two university campuses to administer COVID-19 vaccinations. The planned COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be at the Kress Events Center on the UW-Green Bay campus in Green Bay and another in the gymnasium of the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus in Sheboygan.They are expected to open in late January and early February.The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) regulates which members of the community across the state can be vaccinated and when.

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Prevea Health, UW-Green Bay to launch COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Green Bay, Sheboygan

GREEN BAY (NBC 26 —Prevea Health announced Thursday it’s partnering with the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to launch community COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Green Bay and Sheboygan.The clinics will be located at the Kress Events Center on the UW-Green Bay campus in Green Bay and in the gymnasium of the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus. The clinics are expected to open late January and early February, Prevea Health says.

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Calls to relieve President Trump of his presidential powers by invoking 25th Amendment | WFRV Local 5 – Green Bay, Appleton

After the violence in our nation’s capital there are calls for the removal of the president from office. Kris Schuller explains how that would work if the president’s Cabinet were to invoke the 25th Amendment. “You have to go home now. We have to have peace,” said President Trump. Long after his supporters stormed the Capitol, President Trump finally released a one-minute-long video telling them to go home. But also making clear how he felt about the violent mob.“We love you, you’re very special,” Trump said. President Trump releases new video condemning violence; commits to peaceful transfer of power And those words coming from the president in the middle of this chaos have many on Thursday demanding he be removed from office.“It’s time to invoke the 25th Amendment and to end this nightmare,” said Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Illinois). “The president is unfit and the president is unwell and the president must now relinquish control of the Executive Branch voluntarily or involuntarily.” The 25th Amendment creates a way to designate a head of state when the president is disabled or dies. But it also includes a process for removing the president’s power, when others think they’re unable to do their job. With the results certified, what could be next for Donald Trump? “You need the vice president to actually take that first step and you need the people in his Cabinet to agree,” said David Helpap (Political Science), a UW-Green Bay political science professor.

Source: Calls to relieve President Trump of his presidential powers by invoking 25th Amendment | WFRV Local 5 – Green Bay, Appleton

Political experts evaluate lasting effects of riots at US Capitol

WASHINGTON (NBC26) — Following Wednesday’s riots at the U.S. Capitol, experts said there will be lasting effects that could change the political landscape now and in the future. Michael Kraft, professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, said it’s possible the attack could help Democrats and hurt Republicans in the short term.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics to Open on UW-Green Bay Campuses | WTAQ News Talk | 97.5 FM · 1360 AM |

GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) — Prevea Health is partnering with two university campuses to administer COVID-19 vaccinations.The planned COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be at the Kress Events Center on the UW-Green Bay campus in Green Bay and another in the gymnasium of the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus in Sheboygan.They are expected to open in late January and early February.The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) regulates which members of the community across the state can be vaccinated and when.At this time, DHS has directed health care systems across the state to vaccinate only those they have designated to be in the Phase 1A category: health care providers and skilled nursing facility staff and residents.

Source: COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics to Open on UW-Green Bay Campuses | WTAQ News Talk | 97.5 FM · 1360 AM |

Historians, teachers work to explain ‘unprecedented’ U.S. Capitol insurrection | WLUK

(WLUK) — Historians say what happened at the Capitol on Wednesday is unprecedented in American history.Already, just one day later, local history teachers are hard at work to explain the events to their students.”They’re probably going to look back on Jan. 6 , 2021 and be like that was a pretty dark day in history,” UW-Green Bay student Justin Sonnentag told FOX 11.

Source: Historians, teachers work to explain ‘unprecedented’ U.S. Capitol insurrection | WLUK

Registration Now Open for the SBDC Virtual Business Plan Class | Seehafer News

The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation has partnered with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW-Green Bay to bring the Entrepreneurship Training Program (ETP) virtually to the entrepreneurs of Sheboygan County.The ETP class is offered on Thursdays from 5:30-8:30 PM from February 11th through April 8th with orientation scheduled for January 28th.  The class will be taught virtually but offers one-on-one consulting from a local SBDC business consultant.

Source: Registration Now Open for the SBDC Virtual Business Plan Class | Seehafer News