Iowa Public Broadcasting Service is providing live coverage of the Gov. Kim Reynolds' Condition of the State address at 10 a.m., which outlines her priorities for the year.
Reynolds is expected to touch on issues surrounding Iowa's workforce, childcare, taxes, mental health funding, felon voting, animal abuse, rural Iowa and social issues, amidst a $300 million budget surplus, according to The Associated Press.
Reynolds is expected to mention the TradeWorks and Early College Academies at Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson High Schools.
The program will be aired again on Iowa PBS at 7 p.m. During the evening broadcast, a panel of journalists will join Iowa Press Host David Yepsen to analyze Reynolds' priorities and preview the 2020 Iowa legislative season.