Our leaders should be working to prevent deaths in Iowa, and slow the spread of the virus.
Iowa’s Medicaid program, along with our state budget, is already stretched to the limit and is about to break unless the federal government does its part and provides more funding for this critical program and other essential services.
This is a moment of shared national crisis. It calls for a shared national response to protect our elections, and make sure that the will of the people—all the people—is heard in November.
The toll COVID-19 will have on Iowans remains to be seen. As Iowans hunker down and brace for the impact of the virus, our senators must take each and every opportunity to put Iowans first.
Senator Ernst needs to know that playing politics and rewarding big donors is not why she was elected.
It’s not enough to say we support the troops; we need to actually DO that.
The women of this country are once again a pawn to political rhetoric and continue to wait while Senator Ernst delays reauthorizing life-saving protections in order to appease the NRA.
My senator is trying to convince Iowa’s small business owners, like myself, that her Republican tax cut is for us.
My story is hard for me to tell. It's not something I like to share but I need to share it because it's really important.