Statehouse journalists examine the “Grace, Mercy & Truth” of the 2015 legislative session on the next KTWU I’ve Got Issues

Four statehouse journalists discuss the 2015 session of the state legislature and the initiatives put forth by Gov. Sam Brownback on a spirited session of KTWU’S I’VE GOT ISSUES to be broadcast on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. on KTWU-HD, Digital Channel 11.1.

This week’s program, “Grace, Mercy & Truth”, presents a panel which includes Stephen Koranda, Kansas Public Radio; Tim Carpenter, Topeka Capital-Journal; and Bryan Lowry & Dion Lefler, both political reporters with the Wichita Eagle. Topics discussed include the budget shortfall, school funding, selection of Supreme Court justices and the governor’s executive order removing discrimination protection for LGBT state employees.

The I’VE GOT ISSUES series is hosted by Janet Thompson Jackson.

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Celebrating 50 years of local public television in 2015, KTWU broadcasts can be seen in eastern Kansas and portions of Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma. Through over-the-air broadcast and carriage on cable and satellite companies, KTWU reaches approximately 1.6 million viewers. KTWU offers five digital destinations for unique content: KTWU (PBS) in High Definition on Channel 11.1; KTWU/MHz Worldview on Channel 11.2; KTWU ENHANCE on Channel 11.3;, online; and KTWU MOBILE TV. KTWU is licensed to Washburn University and was the first public television station in the state of Kansas. The television studio for media production and station offices are located on the Washburn campus in Topeka, Kansas. For more information on KTWU, visit the online site at


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