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Beverly Kittoe was working in her hair salon Wednesday when she received an unexpected call from Washington, D.C. She didn't recognize the number, but decided to answer.
The caller was a White House staffer. The staffer asked if Kittoe could spare a few minutes to speak to President Joe Biden about her son, Iowa National Guard veteran Brandon Ketchum.
Rep. Cindy Axne, D-Iowa, is encouraging House and Senate leadership to include provisions to help increase the use and production of biofuels in the final language of the upcoming infrastructure legislation.
As our communities continue to recover from a difficult year and we focus on how to strengthen our local economies, there has rightly been a lot of discussion about job creation, infrastructure investments and supporting our workers.
Congressional representatives on both sides of the aisle are pushing to revitalize two key COVID-related relief programs.
Billions of dollars in federal investments and tax credits to boost demand for U.S. biofuels will be part of two bills that Democratic lawmakers will introduce to the U.S. Congress, two sources familiar with the plans said.
The U.S. House has passed a proposal from Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne that would force big corporations to disclose if they’re outsourcing jobs and using so-called tax havens in other countries to avoid paying U.S. taxes.
U.S. House representative Cindy Axne (IA-3) spoke at a town hall at The Corner Wednesday, June 9 in Greenfield. Axne updated constituents on COVID-19, rural broadband, child tax credits in the American Rescue Plan Act and took questions during her visit.
Since the new Congress officially gaveled into session six months ago, great strides have been made in providing relief to the people and businesses in Iowa who needed it most this year and the data shows the aid is really helping.
Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne wants to help individuals facing challenges in caring for older Americans.
Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne proposes legislation seeking to solve problems with hunger and food waste in the country.