Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa)

  Tuesday, May 22, 2020 Grassley’s Memorial Day Message Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) released the following video message in honor of the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of their country.     Transcript is available below.  “This Monday is Memorial Day. In ordinary times, this weekend would bring parades and community events.  “It…

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Weekly Iowa Crops and Weather Report

Iowa Crop Progress & Condition Week of May 11 – May 17, 2020 “Late last week, a portion of Iowa was deemed ‘abnormally dry’ by the U.S. Drought Monitor. Much of the state experienced cooler temperatures and rain over the weekend, which helped mitigate dryness concerns and impacts on emerging corn and soybeans,” said Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig.…

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Rep. Steve King

Friday, May 16 King Votes “NO!” on Pelosi’s $3 Trillion Socialist Wish List Also Votes Against Speaker Pelosi’s Proxy Voting Power Grab Congressman Steve King announces that he has voted NO on two proposals put forward for consideration by House Democrats today. King voted against HR. 6800, a $3 trillion wish list of liberal policy…

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Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa)

Monday, May 11, 2020 Ernst, Murphy Urge Support for Families, Workers in Need of Diaper Assistance During COVID-19 In a letter to Senate leaders, the senators write, “A clean diaper – a necessity for the health and well-being of every young child – is a basic need…We urge you to prioritize the need of low-income…

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The Segebart Report, Senate District 6

The Segebart Report Friday, May 8, 2020 Governor Reynolds opened up 77 of Iowa’s 99 counties last week. Businesses like restaurants, churches, and dentist offices that had been closed previously are able to open under controlled circumstances. These are the first steps to getting Iowa up and running again. Counties still not opened up are Allamakee,…

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Rep. Steven Holt

Saturday, May 2, 2020 Flattening the Curve, or Flattening the Country? In response to the Coronavirus, Americans were told by their federal and state governments to shut down their businesses, stop going to church, work, school or out to eat, travel only when necessary, and hunker down at home. Originally, Americans were led to believe…

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Rep. Brian Best (Iowa House District 12)

Monday, April 6 Iowa vs. “Shelter-in-Place” States Governor Reynolds tweeted on Monday afternoon that she and Governor Rickets (of Nebraska) spoke with Dr. Anthony Fauci over the phone to discuss “shelter-in-place”. The Governor said the phone call was productive and Dr. Fauci was “100% supportive, saying that Iowa and Nebraska are ‘on the same page’…

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Sen. Jason Schultz

  The Schultz Perspective by Senator Jason Schultz 3/16/2020 The COVID-19 virus has disrupted the lives of Iowans and all of America in a way we haven’t seen in decades. As we find ourselves in a new world, it is important not to assume the worst. I have seen little of the drama that has taken…

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