The political forum Eggs and Issues in Oskaloosa has wrapped up for the year. The last session was held Saturday at Smokey Row. Two local lawmakers, Senator Ken Rozenboom and Representative Larry Sheets attended today's forum.
Look for more discussion on how to fund Iowa's schools in the Iowa Legislature in the coming weeks.That was one of the first topics to come up at the political forum "Eggs and Issues" at Smokey Row in Oskaloosa Saturday morning. It's the third "Eggs and Issues" to be held this legislative session.
Iowa lawmakers are moving forward with priority bills now that "funnel week" is past. That's one topic covered in this week's "Eggs and Issues" political forum. The forum is held at Smokey Row in Oskaloosa every two weeks during Iowa's legislative session.
With two weeks under their belt, state legislators at this morning’s Eggs and Issues forum said it’s still too early to paint a clear picture of what’s to come. Today’s topics focused on infrastructure funding, education reform, and economic development.
Local lawmakers predict more debate on education reform and education funding. They discussed that issue and more during Eggs and Issues Saturday at Smokey Row in Oskaloosa. The Iowa House of Representatives passed an education reform bill this past week.