Lowering the drinking age to 19, special DNR licenses for militrary veterans and more is on tap in this week’s episode of The Wheelercast. Plus, Gwyn launches her series on Women in the Capitol with an interview with State Senator Alberta Darling.
Gwyn is in Iowa, and no, she is not being held by terrorists. However, in this week’s episode we do discuss the state of legislative relations, as well as a new Catfishing bill. We also look at the productivity stats for this legislative session so far.
A new DNR secretary faces not only confirmation hearings, but a full plate of issues and pending legislative initiatives that could impact his agency. Gwyn and Brian discuss this, the fall session and the obnoxious new Blue Books on this episode of The Wheelercast.
Budget. Done. Foxconn. Done. What’s next for the Wisconsin Legislature? We’re technically into the time for the fall session, so when will they be back? Gywn Guenther of the Wheeler Report looks at these questions and more on today’s Wheelercast.
Gwyn Guenther brings us the latest on the pending Senate and Assembly floor votes on the State Budget and the Foxconn Deal. She examines why Peter Barca stepped down as Assembly Minority Leader and discusses who may replace him. And we remember 9/11.