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Sen. Jason Schultz

  The Schultz Perspective by Senator Jason Schultz March 1, 2024 HF 718 was the large property tax reform bill passed last year and put into law. Your legislature and governor recognized that Iowa has the 10th highest property tax burden in the United States, and you are demanding relief. As a result, we passed HF…

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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: Feenstra Leads Legislation to Make Childcare More Affordable for Iowa Families March 4, 2024 Last week, U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) helped introduce legislation – the Combatting High Inflation Limiting Daycare (CHILD) Act…

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Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa)

Ernst Calls to End Taxpayer-Funded Terrorism and Border Disorder United Nations Staff Carried Out Terrorist Attacks, Contribute to Illegal Immigration U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) is working to permanently end U.S. taxpayer funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and redirect the unspent money intended for that United Nations (UN) agency towards…

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Rep. Brian Best (Iowa House District 12)

Week Nine News House File 2255 – Parental Consent for Social Media In a bipartisan manner, we passed a bill through the House to help parents and kids navigate the ever-changing world of social media. As social media has gotten more popular, we’ve seen the mental health of children decline. Social media can have negative…

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Weekly Fuel Report

  Weekly Fuel Report DES MOINES, Iowa (March 6, 2024) – The price of regular unleaded gasoline rose 5 cents, averaging $3.06 across Iowa according to AAA. Crude Oil Summary The price of global crude oil rose this week on the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) by $1.71 per barrel and is currently priced at $79.18. Brent crude oil…

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Rep. Steven Holt

  Freedom Watch 03/04/24 A legislative update from Representative Steven Holt The Iowa History Initiative: Why It Matters   I will never forget that moment in my high school history class as my teacher Mr. Elliott dramatically reenacted the historic moment. “We shall not die until we have killed ten of the enemy.” – so…

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