Feingold has been to 10 different communities across Wisconsin for what he calls 'listening sessions.'
Thursday, Feingold was in Stevens Point and Mosinee. He opened the sessions with his take on the Medicare bill and let the public lead the discussion after that.
"But I'll give my two cents on that and then we'll just open the floor to everybody and we'll hear everything under the sun from Iraq to renewable energy. That's what happens all the time," said Feingold, "and that's what happened already today in Stevens Point."
Feingold says during the sessions he's heard from people on topics ranging from unemployment, to the war in Iraq, to the rising cost of health insurance.