On Memorial Day we will revisit Walton Rural Life Center, a Kansas elementary school seeing huge success as an ag-based charter school. We’ll also talk with Walter Cronkite’s grandson about a new book about the famed reporter based on his World War II letters to his wife.
Continued drought and use are taking their toll on Midwest aquifers. We’ll talk about it with the US Geological Survey. We’ll also check progress on the Farm Bill and Immigration reform with Farm Bureau’s Mary Kay Thatcher. We’ll also talk immigration with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples.
The Immigration Bill has cleared markup in the Senate. We’ll find out if the United Farm Workers like the changes.
Newsmakers – we’ll check the day’s headlines and talk with those making news.