A Salute to Whistleblowers

Chuck Grassley: Americans have a civic duty to use their voice to blow the whistle on corruption that jeopardizes the integrity of financial systems, puts public safety at risk, and rips off the taxpaying public.

Narrowing the Digital Divide in Rural America

Chuck Grassley: All Americans ought to be able to share in the opportunity that advanced telecommunications and mobile technology can bring.

On Independence Day Remember What Self-Government Requires

Chuck Grassley: Self-government requires civic engagement and an informed citizenry.

Price Transparency​ in Health Care

Chuck Grassley: Getting the rules right on price disclosure is important to help make health care more affordable for more Americans and the taxpaying public.

Keeping a Check on Foreign Influence

Chuck Grassley: American voters have a right to know if foreign interests are paying to infiltrate, influence and undermine our system of self-government.

Addressing Iowa’s 2019 Floods and Army Corps of Engineers

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) addresses the forecast for flood damages and recovery in Iowa and concerns he has with the Army Corps of Engineers.

Why I Voted Against the 2018 Farm Bill

Chuck Grassley: Federal farm payments should not be manipulated to help corporate farming operations get bigger and bigger at taxpayer expense.

Why I Support The First Step Act

Chuck Grassley: Society has a vested interest to help released inmates return to their families, parent their children, join the workforce and pay taxes.

Memorial Day is a Time for Personal Reflection and Remembrance

Chuck Grassley: I hope all Iowans take a moment to remember those who have gone before us, and say a prayer for the men and women in uniform who continue risking their lives each day for this great country.

Fighting Human Trafficking

Chuck Grassley: We need all hands on deck, from the courthouse to the schoolhouse and everywhere in between, to keep our streets and communities safe.

Reflections on the Constitution and Constitution Day

Chuck Grassley: Unlike nations that were founded on the basis of a common ethnic identity or loyalty to a monarch, ours is based on certain enduring principals.

Paying for College

Chuck Grassley: As graduates begin their climb up the ladder, the last thing they want to be saddled with after graduation is a mountain of student debt.

Giving the People a Voice

Chuck Grassley: Not since 1888 has an election year nominee been confirmed during a divided government to fill a vacancy occurring in the same year.

Congress Removes Lumps of Coal from Taxpayers’ Stockings

For many Americans, the IRS is like the Grinch who stole Christmas. Nothing spoils the spirit of the season like a reminder that Tax Day is coming soon.

Refreshing The Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

As part of his Victims Reform Agenda, U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley desires to reform the 40-year-old Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act.