Lawmakers gavel in for the 2018 legislative session Monday, January 8 in Des Moines at the statehouse. After several controversial bills made it through in 2017, Republicans remain in control of both chambers and the governor's office. What are their plans for the 2018 session? Iowans should keep an eye on the statehouse with regard to tax reform, according to Radio Iowa's News Director Kay Henderson. "I would say that Republicans feel pressure now to act on this based on what happened in December in Congress," says Henderson. "One of the arguments that Republicans and even Democrats have been making over the past decade is that that the crazy is at the federal level, and here in Iowa, we get things done. Now that they've gotten it done in Washington...
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What To Expect in 2018? Looking Forward to the Legislative Session