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 Republicans Optimistic on Opening Day

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.

Iowa House Debates and Deflates Cannibis Oil Expansion

The Iowa House debated and defeated a measure that would have expanded Iowa’s current Cannibis Oil law to include additional diseases and medical conditions.

Life at Conception Bill Filed in the Iowa House

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.

The Iowa House Passes Pre-Abortion Ultrasound Bill

An ultrasound bill passed in the Iowa House of Representatives late Thursday afternoon on a 57 to 39 vote with bipartisan support.

Pre-Abortion Ultrasound Bill Filed in Iowa House

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.

Iowa State Legislators Share Their Goals for Session

Several Iowa State Legislators share with Caffeinated Thoughts their goals for the 2015 legislative session for the 86th Iowa General Assembly.