Short conversations with Utah's leading policymakers about issues being addressed by the state legislature. #utpol #uted
Toddcast Live! (1-24-21)
On January 24, Todd Weiler discussed the week's top stories with Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson, Clair Ellis, Karece Thompson and Michelle Scharf. Topics included the first week of the legislative session, select bills Gov. Cox's State of the State, Bears Ears, Dixie name change and police reform.
Town Hall! (1-23-21)
Ray Ward, Melissa Ballard, and Todd Weiler discuss the first week of the 2021 General Session of the Utah legislature.
Interview with Rep. Gay Lynn Bennion
Todd Weiler interviews newly-elected Rep. Gay Lynn Bennion about her campaign for office and her first legislative session.
Interview with Rep. Jordan Teuscher
Todd Weiler interviews newly appointed Rep. Jordan Teuscher about his campaign for office and his first legislative session.
Interview with Rep. Nelson Abbott
Todd Weiler discusses with Rep. Nelson Abbott regarding his run for office and the upcoming legislative session.
Toddcast Live! (1-17-21)
Panelists Robert Gehrke, Enid Mickelsen, Brian King, Erin Preston and MIchael Jolley discuss the hybrid-virtual session, Biden's inauguration, death threats surrounding Trump's second impeachment, U of U and Utah State presidents, HCQ fraud, and a potential Bridal Veil Falls state monument
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Nice to see you entering the podcast arena, keep it going.
Entertaining and informative
This podcast is both entertaining and informative. It helps humanize the people making policy and creates an honest but non confrontational environment for discussion around important issues. Would recommend this to anyone curious about the state legislature or hoping to learn more about local Utah politics.
Only for Utahns
If you’re a Utahn and you give a hoot about your representation in the state legislature, this is well worth a listen. Senator Weiler sits down one-on-one with his fellow legislators and has conversations that let you get to know more about them (and him) and what they stand for. Having the senator play interviewer is very relaxed and friendly - it’s not a hardball/softball interview and more like you’re the fly on the wall at a mixer. Episodes are short and frequent so far, with decent production values.