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Sen. Jason Schultz

  The Schultz Perspective by Senator Jason Schultz February 9, 2023 We’ve all heard of malpractice cases in which health care providers have made mistakes and caused harm and suffering.  Sometimes the damage can last a lifetime.  When a lawsuit is filed for damages, the monetary award comes from three different categories: Economic damages are those…

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Rep. Randy Feenstra

To keep up on the latest from Congressman Randy Feenstra and his staff, visit his Facebook page at the following link: February 3, 2023   Dear Friend,   In this week’s roundup: My Farm Bill op-ed with Secretary Mike Naig, reintroducing Sarah’s Law, and my meeting with Iowans on fair-trade policies. That and more…

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Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa)

Thursday, February 16 Ernst Leads Bipartisan Effort to Give Students a Clear Picture of College Costs Upfront The bipartisan bill gives prospective students an estimate of the total amount of interest they would pay on a loan. WASHINGTON – As students and families across the United States face mounting student loan debt, U.S. Senator Joni…

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Rep. Brian Best (Iowa House District 12)

Week Five News  — February 13, 2023 House Passes Increase of $106.8 Million for Schools House File 171/Senate File 192 sets Supplemental State Aid (SSA) at 3.00% for Fiscal Year 2024 for both the Regular Program and the Categorical Supplements.  It also extends the Property Tax Relief Payment (PTRP) an additional year which has the…

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Weekly Fuel Report

Weekly Fuel Report February 15, 2023 DES MOINES, Iowa (Feb. 15, 2023) – The price of regular unleaded gasoline fell 3 cents, averaging $3.26 across Iowa according to AAA. Crude Oil Summary The price of global crude oil fell this week on the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) by $.10 per barrel and is currently priced at $78.11. Brent…

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Rep. Steven Holt

Freedom Watch — February 16, 2023 Books, Budgets, Reforms  This week, I will highlight the important issues that have taken place since my last newsletter two weeks ago, as we complete week 6 in the Iowa House. Government Oversight Hearing on Sexually Explicit Material in Schools: The House Government Oversight Committee brought in five Iowa…

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