In Session Podcast

Legislative Session Outlook

Feb 13, 2019


In this episode of “In Session with the State Chamber,” guests Senator James Leewright and Representative John Pfeiffer join hosts Fred Morgan and Mike Jackson to discuss the 2019 Legislative Session. Only 10 days in, this session has already proved it will be an eventful one. Listen along as our guests discuss the newly elected governor, how reforms are taking hold and the importance of public/private partnerships.

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Chad Warmington

State Chamber President & CEO

Emily Crouch

State Chamber Sr. Vice President, Government Affairs


Senator James Leewright

Senate District 12

Representative John Pfeiffer

House District 38