Shane Vander Hart flew solo this week.

State Senator Jason Schultz (R-Schleswig) joined Shane Vander Hart to discuss funnel week in the Iowa Senate, the collective bargaining reform bill (now law) that he floor managed as well as the Life at Conception bill that didn’t survive funnel week. Also does rural Iowa have decent coffee? Schultz gives his opinion about the coffee quality in his Senate district.

Shane and our producer Ron Carlson discuss President Donald Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress. How did he do?

Also did Attorney General Jeff Sessions commit perjury during his confirmation hearing? Shane looks at what was asked of Sessions and how he answered.

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