Iowa Republicans need to stop gambling with our children’s lives, and start following the science. We need to listen to public health experts and epidemiologists, not Republican politicians and horse de-wormer salesmen.
Earlier this week, Gov. Reynolds said, “I believe and trust in Iowans to make the best health decisions for themselves and their families. I will continue to support individual liberty over government mandates.” The truth is that Governor Reynolds and legislative Republicans have consistently undermined the freedom of Iowans to make their own health care decisions.
Governor, your mistakes and political posturing are endangering children, and threaten to further disrupt their education. You need to change course ASAP.
Iowans are begging Governor Reynolds to keep our kids, our schools and our communities safe. Other Republican Governors are working to make classrooms safe places for all children. We call on Iowa’s governor to do the same.
Kim Reynolds and Iowa Republicans in the Legislature are preventing our kids from returning safely to in-person school. Republican policies and failed leadership have allowed the COVID Delta Variant to spread unabated throughout our state. It’s fitting the Governor announced the return of INDYCAR to Iowa today: her COVID-19 policies have our state going in circles.
As businesses and industries look to fully re-open, they’re struggling to find the workers they need to fill well-paying jobs. Iowans may be eager to apply, but often lack the specific skills required. That’s where community colleges come in.
The federal American Rescue Plan is the biggest piece of anti-poverty legislation in more than 50 years. One key feature, an expanded Child Tax Credit, will provide major tax relief for nearly all families starting July 15.
For too long, survivors of sexual abuse have held the entire liability for the long-term effects of the abuse they suffered. It is time to shift the cost back where it belongs, to the perpetrator and to the organizations who covered up for them.
Senate Democratic Leader Zach Wahls has appointed attorney and community leader Jazmin Newton of Davenport to the Temporary Redistricting Advisory Commission. The Commission gathers input from Iowans about new maps that will be drawn for legislative and Congressional districts, based on Census data.
A same-day analysis of the Iowa Republicans’ last-day-of-session voter suppression bill.