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Politics at its worst. Iowa Democrats call for new spending and then vote against it.
On Tuesday, Iowa House Republicans proposed over 20 million dollars in new funding for the Iowa Department of Corrections. The proposed increase comes after a recent deadly attack that left two prison staffers dead and one hospitalized.
Democrat lawmakers in the House Justice System Appropriations Subcommittee chose to vote against the funding.
Each year one of the most common complaints I receive is from constituents who believe someone is receiving welfare benefits who shouldn’t be getting them. I haven’t heard many say the program should be ended, but everyone says the program should accurately identify those who are eligible.
Iowa should remain First in the Nation, Democrats are hungry for power, and Chuck Grassley should run again. The chairman of the Republican National...
From what we’ve seen so far, about less than six percent of President Biden’s plan actually goes to support roads and bridges. More taxpayer money would be spent on electric vehicles than on waterways and roads, like fixing those potholes scattered across town after town throughout this country. And mind you, this shift to electric vehicles will have a devastating impact on Iowa’s ethanol and biodiesel industries, which support our state’s local economies.