Governor’s mid-year cuts hit human services, higher education, public safety

The Department of Human Services, state universities, and Department of Corrections would have to absorb large mid-year spending cuts under…

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Iowa governor trying to have it both ways on Affordable Care Act

Governor Kim Reynolds continues to take credit for a major benefit of the Affordable Care Act, even as she calls…

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Iowa Republicans likely to oppose key element of governor’s tax plan

Governor Kim Reynolds proposes eliminating federal deductibility as part of a broad tax reform plan, she revealed today during her…

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Five takeaways from the Iowa legislature’s opening day in 2018

The Iowa House and Senate convened Monday with the usual big promises and platitudes about working together to build a…

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You’re Invited To The People’s Condition Of The State #OurIowa

Action alert for today from ProgressIowa On Tuesday, January 9th, Governor Kim Reynolds will deliver her first Condition of the…

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You’re Invited To The People’s Condition Of The State #OurIowa

Action alert for today from ProgressIowa On Tuesday, January 9th, Governor Kim Reynolds will deliver her first Condition of the…

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Weekend open thread: Accountability

Senator Chuck Grassley hit a new low last week in running interference for the White House on the Trump/Russia investigation.…

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Ann Selzer Sees Wake Up Call For Kim Reynolds

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Ann Selzer Sees Wake Up Call For Kim Reynolds

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Lawsuit claims Iowa governor illegally transferred state funds

State Representative Chris Hall filed a lawsuit today, charging Governor Kim Reynolds and Department of Management Director David Roederer “conspired…

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