Iowa Supreme Court Upholds Collective Bargaining Reform

The Iowa Supreme Court in two decisions released on Friday morning upheld public employee collective bargaining reform enacted in 2017.

Iowa House Democrats Attempt to Block Judicial Nomination Reform in Court

A group of Democrat state representatives file a lawsuit in district court to block Gov. Kim Reynolds’ majority on the state judicial nominating commission.

We The People Must Correct The Iowa Supreme Court

Ken Rozenboom: When the Iowa Supreme Court violates the Constitution, like inventing a constitutional right to abortion, we the people must correct it.

Reynolds Rebukes Iowa Supreme Court Ruling at Pro-Life Rally

Gov. Kim Reynolds: Couples have to wait three days to marry or adopt, but according to the Iowa Supreme Court an abortion, taking an innocent life, can’t wait 72 hours.

Reynolds Appoints Christopher McDonald to the Iowa Supreme Court

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds selected Iowa Court of Appeals Judge Christopher McDonald as her second appointment to the Iowa Supreme Court.

Why We Need Judicial Selection Reform

Sandy Salmon: Our goal is to increase the accountability and transparency of the judicial selection process by bringing it closer to the people’s representatives.

Reynolds Says She Will Not Appeal Fetal Heartbeat Ruling

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said that she would not appeal a district court ruling that said the state’s fetal heartbeat abortion ban is unconstitutional.

Judicial Activism Subverts the Democratic Process

Steven Holt: Iowa’s judicial selection process should provide nominees that reflect a governor’s judicial philosophy, be they Republican or Democrat.

Hecht to Resign from Iowa Supreme Court

Iowa Supreme Court Justice Daryl Hecht announced his resignation to battle cancer giving Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds a second appointment to the Court.

Can You Believe This?

Jenifer Bowen: Iowa went from one of the most extremely lenient states, allowing abortions through all nine months, to an “abortion desert” in a matter of months!

Is The Pro-Life Movement “Dying” In Iowa?

Is the pro-life movement in Iowa “dying” as an anonymous blogger in Iowa suggested? Jenifer Bowen of Life Right Action answers with a resounding “no.”

Iowa Supreme Court Lifts Injunction for Shorter Early Voting Period

The Iowa Supreme Court issued an order lifting the injunction that blocked the state from shortening the early voting window from 40 days to 29 but affirmed the rest of Judge Karen Romano’s injunctions on aspects of HF 516.

Pro-Life Leaders Ponder Iowa Post-Roe v. Wade

Pro-life leaders discuss what the battle over abortion will look like in Iowa should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.

Kim Reynolds Appoints Susan Christensen to the Iowa Supreme Court

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds made her first appointment to the Iowa Supreme Court selecting Judge Susan Christensen to replace retiring Justice Bruce Zager.

Reynolds Given List of Three Women to Choose Next Iowa Supreme Court Justice

The state nominating commission provided Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds a choice of three finalists, all women, for the vacancy on the Iowa Supreme Court.

The Iowa Supreme Court Carries Abortion Industry’s Water on Waiting Periods

Shane Vander Hart: One would think that Planned Parenthood’s lawyers wrote the Iowa Supreme Court’s decision striking down the 72-hour waiting period for abortions.