A jam-packed episode this week, with developments on the Foxconn deal, the State Budget and a new legislative initiative that will likely stir some decades-old passions. Gwyn breaks it down for us on The Wheelercast.
Not. So. Fast. On this week’s episode of The Wheelercast, we look at some scheduling conflicts that could delay votes on both the State Budget and the Foxconn package. Plus we review last week’s marathon Assembly committee hearing on the massive economic development deal.
Nine topics. Three Hosts. Thirty minutes. Dan Deibert, Lisa Manna, and Brian Fraley put their unique, Midwestern spin on nine events/issues/topics/things from the previous week. Current events, politics, sports… It’s all on the agenda.
The largest economic development deal in Wisconsin state government history has been negotiated, and Gwyn has details regarding the substance of and timeline for legislative action on the Foxconn deal. Things are moving quickly. How quickly, and how could this impact the State Budget impasse? This news and more on the latest episode of The Wheelercast.
After a week filled with developments in the state budget negotiations, Gwyn brings us up to speed and anticipates what could happen in the week ahead. Then, we crack open the archives of the Wheeler Report to examine the history behind a recent key court ruling. All this, plus a tribute to an outgoing member of the Walker Administration, on this week’s episode of The Wheelercast.
You may have taken a few days off last week, but the state budget negotiators did not. Gwyn Guenther brings us up to speed on the latest on the transportation budget gridlock, takes a look at an ongoing dispute between Minnesota and Wisconsin and pays tribute to a former State Senator.
Intra-party discord is a new thing in Madison, right? Actually, no, it’s not. We look into the Wheeler archives for details.
We also look ahead to potential Joint Finance Committee action this week and we pay special tribute to two important Capitol players.
The Wheeler Report’s Gwyn Guenther and I talk about this and more in this week’s Wheelercast.
Have state budget negotiations broken down? Can the Assembly and Senate get on the same page this week? This month? The Wheeler Report’s Gwyn Guenther and I discuss in this inaugural episode of the Wheelercast.
On Wednesday, Marquette University Law School’s Charles Franklin will unveil the results of his final campaign-season poll of the Wisconsin electorate. Today’s podcast looks at why this poll is considered the ‘gold standard,’ and what I expect it to reveal.