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Friday (today) 8/11/17 @ 6:00PM Fareway Education Center, 1215 S Marshall St,
Monday, 8/14/17 @ 4:30PM Monday, Fort Dodge Middle School, 800 N 32nd St,
Tuesday, 8/15 17 @ 12:30 PM, Washington High School Auditorium. 1111 S Ave
Grassley Town Halls
Thursday, 8/24, @ 11:30 Bedford City Hall, 625 Court Ave
Tuesday, 8/29 @3:45 Pimghar Community Building, 215 1st St SE\
Wednesday, 8/30 @ 8:00AM, Sibley Senior Center, 612 8th St.
8/31 Thursday@10:00AM @Mapelton Community Center, 511 Main Street
8/31 Thursday@ 2:45, Harlan Community Center,718 Court St.
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Tag Archives: ALEC in Iowa
Senator Bolkcom’s comment is part of a discussion following a constituent question. “Who wants school vouchers?” at the Johnson County legislative forum February 25, 2017.
Listen to the craziness from this gun lobbyist who is hard at work in the Iowa legislature. He is attacking Matt Windschitl, Republican and gun store owner for alleged “watering down” of ALEC gun laws they are attempting to force … Continue reading
…because they didn’t write it… and apparently, haven’t read it. From Iowa House Dems Facebook page Need more proof #ALEC #KochBros #AFP wrote the bill to gut collective bargaining behind closed doors without input from Iowans? Watch this. The Republican … Continue reading
Monday, in honor of the opening day of the 2016 Iowa legislative session, BFIA posted about the State Policy Network, a web of so-called think tanks, apparently founded by ALEC, that push a right-wing agenda in every state across the … Continue reading
In honor of the opening day of the 2016 Iowa legislative session, we invite you to partake of some background information that will help make sense of those seemingly crazy ideas of Governor Branstad and the Iowa GOP legislators, like … Continue reading
The headline of this story, Branstad Advocates for School Choice, makes it sounds like Governor Branstad is doing something good. Nothing could be further from the truth. Branstad is signaling his next move to dismantle public education. He is following … Continue reading
Oops – that is, former ALEC chair Linda Upmeyer chosen as new Iowa House Speaker. But they are pretty much interchangeable. She and ALEC founding father Terry Branstad will make a formidable team that will work hard for corporations, privatization … Continue reading
senate.iowa.gov/democrats On the Iowa Senate Democrats website: The Legislature closed out the 2015 session with Senate Democrats opting to end five months of gridlock on school funding. The goal of the compromise is to maintain educational opportunities and boost student … Continue reading
“No one should be getting fired because we aren’t abiding by the laws of this state.”
[by Paul McAndrew] Governor Branstad and Iowa’s Republican-controlled House of Representatives propose only a 1.25 percent increase ($50 million) in state funding for elementary and secondary schools in Iowa’s 338 public school districts. This meager increase would keep Iowa’s schools … Continue reading