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Back to School Concerns
Even though we're in the early stages summer vacation, COVID-19 has workers thinking one step ahead since what happens with school and work are so closely intertwined.

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20 Years of 40 Under 40: Where Are They Now?
Jim Tubbs
Jim Tubbs, Class of 2004
IB is catching up with 40 Under 40 alums to see what they've been up to lately. This week features Jim Tubbs, president and CEO, State Bank of Cross Plains.
We also caught up with Shawna Carter, associate vice president, Madison College, Class of 2011.

IB Presents Advertising Hall of Famer Linda Kaplan Thaler is responsible for some of America's most famous and award-winning marketing campaigns, including the Aflac duck, "I Don't Wanna Grow Up, I'm a Toys 'R' Us Kid," and "Kodak Moments." Having created one of America's fastest-growing and most successful ad agencies, Linda knows the importance of creating huge, disruptive ideas in an ever increasingly cluttered world. Based on her national bestseller, Bang! Linda offers valuable tips on how to create messaging that is dramatic, memorable, talked about, and will help your brand to achieve iconic status in today's world. Register today!

Melanie Parish
Open Mic   A guest blog by Melanie Parish
David Stauss
Legal Login   A technology law blog by David Stauss
Open Mic
Open Mic   An op-ed from the Wall Street Journal

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IB Poll
After another wave of violence marred local protests, do you agree with Gov. Evers' decision to authorize the National Guard to intervene?
A. Yes, the violence and vandalism have gone too far and local law enforcement needs help to rein things back in.
B. No, this is just fighting fire with fire and will only further the unrest amid protests that have been mostly peaceful so far.

To cast your vote, click here and then scroll down to the IB Poll on the right-hand side of the page. 
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Results from last week's poll question:
Do you support efforts to "defund" police departments in Madison and elsewhere, diverting those funds away from traditional policing and into social programs that invest in education, youth development, and mental health services, among other areas of need?
Yes, I think trying to help people in need of these services before they're seen as criminals by law enforcement would be a better use of public funds.  
I think we should go further and disband police departments, like what happened in Camden, New Jersey, and start from scratch with true community policing.   
No, the police are often outnumbered and outgunned already. Taking resources away from them only hurts efforts to crack down on crime and create safer communities.

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