Governor Branstad & Doctors Without Borders in South Sudan

Apr 12, 2012

One of the key issues that have yet to be resolved in the Iowa legislature this session is education reform.  The House and Senate have passed dueling plans and the Governor says the Senate’s version is “watered down.”  Join host Ben Kieffer as he’s joined by Governor Terry Branstad.  We’ll ask him about education reform and about the debate over finely textured lean beef – or what critics are calling “pink slime.”  Later, Ben talks with Elizabeth Wentzel, who after raising five children decided to chase her life-long dream to travel to a far away land to work and support others less fortunate.  The Pilot Mound native is on a nine month assignment in the newly independent nation of South Sudan working as a nurse for Doctors Without Borders.