Friday, April 18, 2014

Use Social Media to Report Potholes to Iowa DOT

With warmer weather comes many potholes along roads in Iowa. The Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) is working ...

Education Budget Supports Lower Tuition,  Expanding Early Childhood Education

Democrats supported a plan to grow Iowa’s skilled workforce with lower tuition at Iowa’s community colleges and sta ...

Lawmakers: Expand Investigation into Branstad Administration Scandals

Iowa lawmakers are calling on the Government Oversight Committee to expand its investigation into the Branstad Admi ...

Increase to Tax Credits for Volunteer Firefighters, EMT and Police

The House voted this week to double the tax credit available to volunteer firefighters and emergency medical techni ...

Help for First Time Homebuyers

Iowans looking to purchase their first home will have extra help under legislation passed by the Iowa House.  The b ...

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Use Social Media to Report Potholes to Iowa DOT

Use Social Media to Report Potholes to Iowa DOT

With warmer weather comes many potholes along roads in Iowa. The Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) is working to fill those potholes around the state, while counties and cities are doing the same.  The DOT spends approximately $4 million each y ...

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Youth are Encouraged to Participate in Leadership Programs

Youth are Encouraged to Participate in Leadership Programs

The Iowa Youth Congress (IYC) and the State of Iowa Youth Advisory Council (SIYAC) are accepting applications for their 2014-2015 programs.  Iowa youth of all backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply to either/both programs.  Both the IYC ...

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Isenhart Announces Re-Election to Iowa House

Isenhart Announces Re-Election to Iowa House

State Representative Charles Isenhart of Dubuque announced today that he will seek re-election to the Iowa House of Representatives in House District 100, which includes northeastern parts of Dubuque. Isenhart is currently serving his fifth term in t ...

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Education Budget Supports Lower Tuition,  Expanding Early Childhood Education

Education Budget Supports Lower Tuition, Expanding Early Childhood Education

Democrats supported a plan to grow Iowa’s skilled workforce with lower tuition at Iowa’s community colleges and state universities today while also expanding early childhood education to more Iowa kids. With a skilled worker shortage on the horizon,  ...

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Lawmakers: Expand Investigation into Branstad Administration Scandals

Lawmakers: Expand Investigation into Branstad Administration Scandals

Iowa lawmakers are calling on the Government Oversight Committee to expand its investigation into the Branstad Administration today. “Over the last few weeks, we’ve learned that we can no longer count on the Branstad Administration to provide accurat ...

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Rep. Mary Wolfe Announces Re-Election Run for Iowa House

Rep. Mary Wolfe Announces Re-Election Run for Iowa House

State Representative Mary Wolfe of Clinton announced today that she will seek re-election to the Iowa House of Representatives in House District 98 which includes Clinton County. Wolfe is currently serving her second term in the Iowa House. She serve ...

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Rick Olson Announces Run for a Fifth Term

Rick Olson Announces Run for a Fifth Term

State Representative Rick Olson of Des Moines announced today that he will seek re-election to the Iowa House of Representatives in House District 31, which includes eastern parts of Des Moines. Olson is currently serving his fourth term in the Iowa ...

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