KXEL Live & Local--Tue. Dec. 5, 2017
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KXEL Live & Local is Eastern Iowa's only live and local afternoon radio program...right after Rush Limbaugh...weekdays from 2 to 4 p.m.

Jeff Stein's guests on Tuesday's program:

2:15—Iowa’s score in the Mid-America Business Conditions index was trending upward last month. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss tells us more, along with his thoughts about corporate tax rates going down.

2:35--Trending Topics

2:50--In the Reporter's Notebook segment, Erin Murphy of Lee Enterprises talks about stories he’s covering, including last week’s Iowa Democrat fall fundraiser, EPA chief Scott Pruitt’s visit to Iowa, and the upcoming legislative session.

3:15—Michelle Hurd, president of the Iowa Grocery Industry Association, shares information about a new poll concerning “bottle bill” reform and recycling.

3:35—Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate’s office has begun mailing voter identification cards; he’ll discuss the practice and how the new law affects voters in 2018.

3:50—Robert McGee is a former Manhattan tax attorney who has studied tax code changes for years. He says reducing the corporate rate is a good start, but it may not affect regular citizens all that much.

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    Jeff Stein is a national award-winning broadcaster, with 35 years of experience in Iowa radio and television. He has covered every Iowa presidential caucus since 1980, and has been a featured political analyst on the Fox News Channel, PBS News Hour, and various television and radio stations in Iowa. He also produces and hosts the syndicated "Iowa Almanac" daily feature, and the weekly public affairs program, "The IowaWatch Connection".