Iowa Taxpayers Deserve Constitutional Protection

John Hendrickson: Iowa taxpayers must be protected by a constitutional amendment that would require a supermajority vote in the Legislature to increase taxes and fees.

Budget Shortfalls Reinforce Pro-Growth Agenda

Jack Whitver: One of the main reasons the state revenue is not growing as fast as expected is because our manufacturing sector has decreased considerably.

Kadyn’s Law Falling Short of Expectations

Amy Sinclair: Four years after adoption it has been revealed convictions under Kadyn’s Law are down when compared to those under the prior, more forgiving law.

Democrats Go Wild Over Gun Bills Debated in Iowa House

Kelvey Vander Hart: Iowa House Democrats appear to lose all ability to debate civilly when it comes to gun rights protected by the Constitution.

Iowa Code – 10,909 Pages and Growing

Jack Whitver: All Iowans would benefit if we limited lawmaking to only the truly important things instead of legislating what should be common sense.

The Effects of the Iowa Legislature

It is important for citizens to monitor what your elected officials are up to and remind them that they represent YOU and not their own interests!

Homeschoolers and Iowa Truancy Laws

The Iowa State Board of Education voted on rules stating that parents who opt to do independent private instruction are subject to Iowa’s truancy laws.

A Mixed Bag of a Bullying Bill Introduced in Iowa House

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad announced that a new bullying bill was introduced in the Iowa House as a result of his anti-bullying conference in November.

Iowa Law Prevents Common Core Assessments

Iowa law currently prevents the Iowa State Board of Education from mandating the Common Core Assessments via the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium

Three Observations About Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller’s Debate Against Brenna Findley

The one and only Iowa Attorney General Race debate was held yesterday…