|Hatch for Governor|
|News Releases - Politics & Elections|
|Written by Ed Fallon|
|Monday, 20 January 2014 12:14|
For three decades, Jack Hatch has been a strong progressive voice fighting for a better Iowa. Jack is an independent thinker who's not afraid to challenge his own Party. Whether the fight is about creating jobs, getting rid of tax breaks for big corporations, expanding health care coverage or defending civil rights, Jack puts Iowans first.
His work in the private sector is equally impressive, and Jack has overcome all kinds of obstacles to build affordable housing in neighborhoods where it's desperately needed.
Today, I'm endorsing Jack Hatch for Governor because he's a strong leader with a solid track record and the determination to move Iowa beyond the failures of Terry Branstad. And I'm convinced he can win, so I'm putting my money where my mouth is and donating $100 to his campaign. Please consider doing the same. Speaking as one who ran for Governor, I assure you that it will make a difference.
Monday, Dr. Charles Goldman joins me to discuss medical marijuana. Charles writes, "Evidently it is hard to get a seat on a plane heading to Denver, as marijuana tourism takes off in the Centennial State. Here in Iowa, it is unlikely that we will see marijuana emporiums any time soon, but isn't it time Iowa joined 20 other states and Washington, DC in formulating a humane state-regulated medical cannabis program? In advance of tonight's program, you might want to view the video of Dr. Steven Jenison, who ran the New Mexico Medical Cannabis Program, at http://youtu.be/qYtxwPoAzwM
Tuesday, Ambassador Ken Quinn of the World Food Prize joins me to discuss Howard Buffet's "40 Chances: Hope for a Hungry World" exhibit, now on display at the WFP headquarters in Des Moines.
Wednesday, Michael Dietrick with the NRDC discusses climate change and the upcoming Citizen Advocates meeting in Des Moines.
Thursday, State Rep. Dan Kelley shares what's happening at the Iowa Statehouse.
Join the conversation live Monday-Thursday from 6:00-6:30 pm. Listen and watch online at www.fallonforum.com. Call-in at (855) 244-0077 to add your voice to the dialogue. Podcasts available after the program. And catch the Fallon Forum on KHOI 89.1 (Ames) Wednesdays at 4:00 pm and KPVL 89.1 (Postville) Wednesdays at 7:00 pm.
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