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A bill championed by Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne to lower the cost of health insurance premiums for people purchasing coverage on the federal exchange was advanced this week as part of a larger effort by Democrats to shore up the Affordable Care Act.
A major infrastructure bill passed the U.S. House Wednesday that would also help mobile homeowners in Iowa.
Congresswoman Cindy Axne amended the legislation to allow residents to apply for grants to buy their mobile home parks.
To make her case that rural Iowa needs federal help fixing its roads and bridges, U.S. Rep. Abby Finkenauer took her colleague U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, an Oregon Democrat who chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, on a tour of Buchanan County in northeast Iowa.
ADEL, Iowa — More Iowans working from home means more demand for broadband internet.
Representative Cindy Axne (D) - Iowa addressed this problem in Adel on Tuesday.
The cancellation of the Iowa State Fair is an emotional loss for many Iowans, but for businesses that rely on the summer traffic, the economic toll is devastating.
WASHINGTON – On Friday, President Donald Trump signed bipartisan legislation cosponsored by Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) that will improve Iowa small business owners’ ability to utilize coronavirus (COVID-19) relief programs.
(Washington) -- Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne is calling for accountability regarding federal dollars provided to coronavirus relief efforts.
Taxpayers who lost or threw away a pre-paid debit card containing their federal coronavirus relief payment won’t have to pay a replacement fee, U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne’s office said Friday.
After 76 years, Crescent native and World War II veteran U.S. Army Private First Class Ray Sturm had his service record corrected on March 3 to reflect his time held as a prisoner of war.
The correction was made thanks to the efforts of Gene Sturm — his son, and Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne, D-3rd District.
Members of Iowa's Democratic congressional delegation are speaking on out perceived shortcomings in the state's current coronavirus testing process.