Podcast: Behind-The-Scenes Look at IowaWatch’s Most-Read 2016 Stories

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Visitors to the Newseum Institute in Washington, D.C., are asked whether or not colleges and universities should limit speech as a way to protect students from hateful comments. The informal result when this photo was taken April 3, 2016, was no.

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The most-read stories IowaWatch covered in 2016 included a look at free speech rights on college campuses, legislation covering medication to treat drug overdoses, the Americans with Disabilities Act and Iowa’s public schools, and more.

This IowaWatch Connection radio program brings people up to date on those stories and reveals some behind-the-scenes information on how the stories came about. Our radio program airs every weekend on 20 radio stations.

IowaWatch Executive Director-Editor Lyle Muller (left) and IowaWatch Connection program host Jeff Stein in the KXEL studio in Waterloo, Iowa, where the IowaWatch Connection is produced. Photo taken Dec. 28, 2016.

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IowaWatch Executive Director-Editor Lyle Muller (left) and IowaWatch Connection program host Jeff Stein in the KXEL studio in Waterloo, Iowa, where the IowaWatch Connection is produced. Photo taken Dec. 28, 2016.

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