Gwyn talks with Rep. Adam Neylon about his committee’s efforts regarding noncompete contracts. She also takes a look at upcoming school spending referenda, the Capitol gala and more on the latest episode of The Wheelercast.
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.
Hemp is not marijuana, but what is it and is it legal? What are Sparsity aids and who wants them? Gwyn explains the answers to these and other questions in the latest episode of The Wheelercast.
Gwyn and Brian examine some emerging legal strategies local and state governments are using in the fight against opioid addiction. We also mark the passing of State Representative Bob Gannon.
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.
The Foxconn incentive package and the Wisconsin state budget are both now law. What changes did the Governor’s veto pen bring, and what’s on tap for the Fall legislative session? The Wheeler Report’s Gwyn Guenther has the details.
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.
After an extended Labor Day break, Gwyn is back in this special Tuesday edition of The Wheelercast. Key committee votes are on the docket for Foxconn and the state budget. She has the scoop. Don’t miss her straightforward reporting of the issues facing Wisconsin lawmakers’ in the jam-packed week ahead.
Action at the Capitol is picking up. Gwyn Guenther joins me to update us on efforts to lift the mining moratorium, attempts to move some state government functions out of the City of Madison, and she brings us the latest on the State Budget votes in the Joint Finance Committee.