Shane Vander Hart provides a round-up of K-12 education bills of note that are before the Iowa House and Iowa Senate Education Committees after the first week of the 2018 session of the 87th Iowa General Assembly.
Almost 80 years ago Iowa banned the sale and use of consumer-grade fireworks; the Iowa Legislature voted to lift the ban in time for the 4th of July.
State Representatives Mary Mascher (D-Iowa City) and Sharon Steckman (D-Mason) vilified a 21-year-old Christian residential facility in Ft. Dodge, Iowa.
State Representative Greg Heartsill (R-Chariton) introduced HF 279, a life at conception bill, into the Iowa House of Representatives, that is co-sponored by 22 lawmakers.
For the first time in over 40 years Iowa’s pro-life organizations have united to champion a pro-life agenda before the most pro-life legislature in years.
Iowa House Republicans are optimistic about the types of conservative reforms they can see go to the Governor’s desk with a GOP majority in the Senate.
The Iowa House of Representatives gaveled in the 87th General Assembly on Monday morning with a 59 to 40 Republican majority.
Iowa House Republicans elected their leadership for 2017 legislative session reelecting State Representative Linda Upmeyer as Speaker of the House.
Skyler Wheeler, the Republican candidate in Iowa House District 4, received key endorsements from several Iowa House Republicans on Thursday.
This week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio: Wes Enos and Shane discuss the possibility of a GOP contested convention, Megan Toombs remembers Norman Borlaug.
State Representative Matt Windschitl (R-Missouri Valley) on the floor of the Iowa House warned about a certain gun organization he says is a scam artist.
The Iowa Senate votes 46 to 4 in favor of House File 2279 that removes gun suppressors from Iowa’s list of “offensive weapons” if signed into law.
This week on the Truth Network 99.3 FM, we talk to State Rep. Matt Windschitl about five gun bills that passed the Iowa House, plus the CNN/Telemundo Debate.
HF 2142, a bill that would protect the unborn at the moment of conception introduced into the Iowa House, must be passed out of committee this week.
A bill that bans the sale and experimentation on unborn infant remains advanced out of an Iowa House subcommittee on Tuesday.
State Representative Linda Upmeyer was selected as the next Speaker of the Iowa House. State Representative Chris Hagenow elected as House Majority Leader.