Congressman David Young: Businesses – small and large – are growing and investing. Workers’ wages are increasing. And we are building a better and healthier economy.
Congressman David Young: 2018 is quickly passing by and it’s important to reflect on our accomplishments as a community and country, and continue to strive towards improvements for Iowa.
Congressman David Young (R-Iowa): More Iowans have more of their hard-earned money to save or spend however they please, and small businesses have the ability to increase wages and expand their operations.
John Hendrickson: High tax rates are harmful to economic growth. In addition to reducing rates, the final tax reform and relief measure should be comprehensive, use revenue triggers or phase-ins, reduce and reform the use of tax credits, and modernize the sales and use tax to bring fairness to Iowa’s small businesses.
John Hendrickson: The Iowa Legislature has a unique opportunity to enact tax relief by lowering rates across-the-board and begin the process of controlling spending with the 99 percent spending limitation amendment.
Congressman David Young (R-Iowa): This past year, our communities and nation have experienced trials and triumphs – not unlike those felt by Iowa families.
Shane Vander Hart: Depending on who you ask the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) that Congress passed this week will usher in the apocalypse or it is the best thing since sliced bread.