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Tyler Higgs is a local activist and concerned constituent in Clive. Bleeding Heartland welcomes guest posts advocating for candidates in…

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RELEASE: IOWANS CALL ON GOVERNOR, LEGISLATURE TO RAISE MINIMUM WAGE

For Immediate Release: January 4, 2017 Contact: Matt Sinovic, (515) 423-0133 IOWANS CALL ON GOVERNOR, LEGISLATURE TO RAISE MINIMUM WAGE…

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RELEASE: IOWANS CALL ON GOVERNOR, LEGISLATURE TO RAISE MINIMUM WAGE

For Immediate Release: January 4, 2017 Contact: Matt Sinovic, (515) 423-0133 IOWANS CALL ON GOVERNOR, LEGISLATURE TO RAISE MINIMUM WAGE…

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The 17 Bleeding Heartland posts I worked hardest on in 2017

Since I started writing for this website a decade ago, I’ve never worked harder than I did in 2017. This…

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Hunger in the heartland: Iowans struggle with food insecurity

Jessica Chrystal shines a light on a widespread problem in a state that is supposed to be the bread basket…

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The Socialist Revival. It All Began in Iowa

Jeff Cox is encouraged by evidence mainstream Democrats “will increasingly embrace the socialist policies brought into public debate by the…

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IA-Gov: Highlights from Cathy Glasson’s campaign launch

Cathy Glasson became the seventh declared Democratic candidate for governor this week, emphasizing her commitment to a $15 minimum wage,…

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Seven more pitches for seven Iowa Democratic candidates for governor

To all the Democrats who want to hear directly from each contender in the Iowa governor’s race before deciding how…

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Iowa workers facing more challenges this Labor Day

Americans can thank the organized labor movement for many workplace standards we take for granted: 40 hours at work per…

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Pete D’Alessandro joins the Democratic field in IA-03

Promising to “fight for a bold agenda” that can “win the future,” Pete D’Alessandro became the sixth Democratic candidate in…

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