Jenifer Bowen: Iowa — where our pro-life lawmakers and Governors have been hard at work saving the lives of as many unborn babies as possible — until abortion is no more.
Statistics show that women and men, with an opportunity to view her baby’s ultrasound image, choose life, reducing abortions 70% to 90%!
The second year of the 87th Iowa General Assembly begins Monday, January 8th. State Representative Steven Holt (R-Denison) highlights what he believes will be the main priorities this session.
The Iowa Senate passed the Iowa House’s amendment to the 20-week abortion ban 30 to 20 sending the bill to Governor Terry Branstad’s desk.
The Iowa House passed, SF 471, a 20-week abortion ban on a 55 to 42 party-line vote after having a floor debate that spanned two days.
Steven Holt: Unborn lives matter, and we must continue to work in Iowa House to protect the lives of unborn human beings.
The Iowa Senate Judiciary Committee voted 8 to 5 in favor of sending SF 2, a bill reallocating taxpayer money from abortion providers, to the full Senate.
Shane Vander Hart shares his wish list for the new Republican Iowa Legislature when they are sworn in and gavel in for a new session this upcoming January.
Pro-life advocates say seeing an ultrasound picture and hearing its description is an effective tool to help abortion-minded women in the state choose life.
I had the opportunity to sit down with Representative Chris Rants (R-Sioux City) over a diet coke at Legends in Pleasant Hill. Representative Rants first elected to represent Iowa House District 54 (Sioux City and Sergeant Bluff) in 1992 and still serves his district today in that capcity In 2003 was elected Speaker of the […]