Should States Lower Blood Alcohol Content to Determine Drunk Driving?

Should state legislatures lower the blood alcohol content levels from .08 to .05 in order to reduce alcohol-related crashes?

Iowa Homeschooling Law Changes Brings Out Liberal Ignorance

Liberals protesting the changes made in Iowa homeschooling law put their ignorance of and ideology against home education on full display.

Iowa Puts Common Core Assessments on Hold

The Iowa Legislature removed Smarter Balanced Assessments from education reform bill and paused any Common Core Assessments until 2016-17 school year.

Property Tax Relief Passes in Iowa Statehouse

The Iowa Senate passed the largest property tax cut in Iowa history yesterday afternoon.

Common Sense Solution to Voter Fraud

Voter ID is a common sense way that would help prevent voter fraud in Iowa something Iowa Senate Democrats must not be concerned about.

Ten Reasons Why Iowa Should Allow Parent-Taught Drivers Education

The Des Moines Register balks at the idea of Parent-Taught drivers education that is being debated in conference, here are 10 reasons why it is a good idea.

Just Say NO to Keep Saying NO to Medicaid Expansion

The Iowa Legislature and Governor Terry Branstad must say NO and keep saying NO to federal health care exchanges and Medicaid expansion.

Financial Literacy is Important for Legislators Too!

Many state legislators want to pass financial literacy requirements for students, but it is evident by some of their fiscal decisions they need it as well.

Iowa State Employees Still Pay Nothing for Health Insurance

While the Iowa State employees arbitration saves some money they still don’t have to pay anything toward their health insurance unlike the private sector.

Ease the Burden of Unfunded Mandates

When the state of Iowa passes unfunded mandates onto counties and municipalities, the Iowa taxpayer is the one left holding the bill.

An Update on Pro-Life Legislation in Iowa This Year

2013 has not been a good year for pro-life legislation in the Iowa Legislature this year, and we face further battles on Medicaid funding and expansion.

Iowans, How Much Do You Pay in Property Taxes?

The Iowa state budget currently has a surplus, a rather significant one.…

School Choice Celebrated at Iowa State Capitol

School choice was touted at a rally on Wednesday at the Iowa State Capitol in light of several active bills that would expand educational freedom.

Iowans for Tax Relief’s Solution to the Road and Bridge Funding Problem? Not So Much

Iowans for Tax Relief provided their supporters with a rebutal to raising the gas tax, but provide no solutions to address the funding issue.

Iowa State Income Tax Rebate Assumptions

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad said that the $800 million surplus should be returned to Iowans. What would happen if Iowa issued a state income tax rebate?

Juda Myers: Protect Children Conceived in Rape

Juda Myers, a woman conceived in rape, spoke to a group of Iowa Legislators and concerned citizens at the Iowa Statehouse for CWA-Iowa’s Day at the Hill.