What Do the Changes to Chapter 20 Mean for Iowa Taxpayers?

Jennifer Crull: Chapter 20 changes are important for Iowa Taxpayers for restraining the growth of government and preventing an increase in our tax burden.

Caffeinated Thoughts Radio 3-4-17 (Guest: Jason Schultz)

State Senator Jason Schultz (R-Schleswig) joins Shane Vander Hart on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio to discuss collective bargaining and life at conception.

Caffeinated Thoughts Radio 2-18-17 (Rosaria Butterfield & Drew Klein)

This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers are joined by Dr. Rosaria Butterfield and Drew Klein of Americans for Prosperity.

Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad Signs Collective Bargaining Reform Into Law

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed HF 291, the public sector collective bargaining reform bill, into law that passed in the Iowa House and Senate this week

I Voted For Collective Bargaining Reform to Save Iowa’s Schools

State Representative Ken Rizer (R-Marion): I was proud to vote for public sector collective bargaining reform. I voted for this bill for one overriding reason: to save Iowa’s public schools.

Scott Walker Should Be a Guide for Collective Bargaining Reform for Iowa

John Hendrickson: Iowa lawmakers can learn from Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and his Act 10 reforms as they debate collective bargaining reform here.

Republicans Seek to Reform Iowa’s Collective Bargaining Law

Governor Terry Branstad and Iowa Senate and House Republicans seek to reform the state’s collective bargaining law that has not been reviewed since 1974.