State Rep. Steven Holt highlights bills the Iowa House passed in week seven dealing with health care professionals, free speech, youth entrepreneurship, and the Second Amendment.
U.S. Rep. Abby Finkenauer, D-Iowa, during a town hall in Marshalltown highlighted progress in Congress she says is never reported in the press.
The Iowa Senate passed a bill that establishes a real-time verification system for public assistance programs managed by the Department of Human Services.
The Iowa House of Representatives held a public hearing on HJR 2004, the Protect Life Amendment, watch Iowans speak in support and opposition of the bill.
Randy Feenstra delivered almost 4000 signatures to the Iowa Secretary of State’s office to qualify for the Republican primary ballot in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District race.
U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne and a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced a bill that prevents members of Congress from receiving pensions if convicted of certain crimes.
A look through one week of tweets by State Senator Claire Celsi one can see she would rather be a partisan activist than serious legislator.
Senate Democrats blocked cloture for the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Act, 56 to 41, and the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, 53-44.
Bret Richards became the first official candidate on the Republican primary ballot in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District delivering 5,222 signatures to the Iowa Secretary of State’s office.
Mariannette Miller-Meeks submitted more than 5,700 signatures to the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office to appear on the Republican primary ballot in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District.
Adam Graham: Heath Mayo has made a good faith effort to bring together a variety of people to have a conservation, including people who oppose and support the President.
According to the poll of over 800 Iowans, 51.8% of Iowans were in favor of tax reform similar to what Governor Kim Reynolds has proposed, with only 32.5% opposed.
Ashley Hinson, Republican candidate in Iowa’s 1st Congressional District race, turned in more than 7,300 signatures to the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office.
Theresa Greenfield received $356,012 in PAC contributions for her U.S. Senate campaign, while Cindy Axne received $555,267 for her congressional campaign.
The Iowa Supreme Court has selected Justice Susan Christensen of Harlan as its next chief justice, the second woman to serve as chief justice of Iowa’s highest court.
Joni Ernst: This project will put more money in the pockets of our hardworking farmers and will help make Iowa’s agriculture products more competitive in the global market.