Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) announced the location of his first town hall meeting to be held this Saturday, January 26, 2019 in O’Brien County.
Polk County District Court Judge Michael Huppert ruled that Iowa’s fetal heartbeat abortion ban signed into law in 2018 is unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court decision allows the implementation of Trump Administration reversal of the Obama-era policy allowing transgender soldiers into the military.
A preliminary injunction was overturned so now Texas can block Medicaid funding to abortion providers because of Center for Medical Progress undercover videos.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds was inaugurated as Iowa’s first female governor. Watch her inaugration ceremony and address.
John Hendrickson: Tax rates matter because the more you tax something, the less of it you will get. Iowa’s tax rates are some of the highest in the nation.
The U.S. Senate failed to invoke cloture on S. 109, No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2019 by a 48 to 47 vote.
State Senator Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) announced that he raised $100,000 in the first ten days of his campaign to challenge Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa).
State Rep. Art Staed (D-Cedar Rapids) drafted a bill that would require Iowa’s public schools to perform “health and wellness” checks on homeschoolers.
Shane Vander Hart: I will not defend any controversial remarks made by Congressman Steve King, I will not label him, and I will be neutral in the upcoming primary.
This January marks the 55th anniversary of Arizona Senator Barry M. Goldwater announcing his intentions to run for president in 1964.
The House of Representatives voted 424 to 1 in favor of a resolution meant to express disapproval of Congressman Steve King’s remarks on white supremacy.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds gave her second Condition of the State Address and outlined numerous priorities that should have bipartisan appeal.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Choosing to be ignorant is not the right response to political frustration or burn out.
House GOP leadership removed Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) from the House Judiciary and Agriculture Committees after his white supremacy remark to the New York Times.
Senate Majority Leader Jack Whitver (R-Ankeny) and Senate President Charles Schneider (R-West Des Moines) offered remarks to open the Iowa Senate.