This week on the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, Shane Vander Hart speaks with Tim Overlin, executive director of Personhood Iowa, and State Rep. Skyler Wheeler, R-Orange City, about the Iowa Legislature’s second funnel week.

For the Iowa Legislature to continue to consider a non-appropriations bill it had to pass out of the House or the Senate and then clear a committee in the opposite chamber before the Legislature adjourned for the weekend.

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