With temps finally breaking 20 degrees for the first time in several weeks, it’s time for the Spring Legislative Session! Gwyn previews the upcoming floor period. We also examine the Governor’s plans to move juvenile offenders out of the troubled Lincoln Hills facility. All this and more in the latest episode of The Wheelercast.
A lot of Foxconn news to share. Gwyn breaks it down and foreshadows several possible emerging developments. She continues her series on Women in the Capitol with a conversation with Representative Katrina Shankland, and takes a look at a new alternative energy group.
December is actually a busy month at the State Capitol. Gwyn breaks down the bill signings, committee hearings and an important new committee assignment. We take a look at a new “Blue Ribbon Task Force,” and she also continues her series on Women in the Capitol. This week she talks with State Rep. Joan Ballweg of Markesan.
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.