In recognition of her work to establish 4-H, the Clarinda post office was officially renamed the Jessie Field Shambaugh Post Office Building during a special ceremony held outside the facility May 24 in Clarinda.
Today, Congresswomen Cindy Axne (IA-03), Cheri Bustos (IL-17), Angie Craig (MN-02) and Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) led a bicameral group of Congressional members spanning seven states in a letter urging the Administration to increase biofuels usa
Madam Speaker, I rise today to recognize two dedicated leaders for mental health and suicide prevention in our community—Joni Thornton and Nicole Mortenson. Joni and Nicole are co-chairs of the Out of the Darkness Central Iowa Walk.
Today, Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) voted with a majority of the U.S.
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives advanced the Transition for Success Act, bipartisan legislation written by Rep.
Over the past few months, my colleagues and I in Congress have engaged in discussions about the kinds of investments we can make at the federal level to support our local economies and meet the challenges facing our country in the coming decades.
Democrats Colin Allred, Cindy Axne, Sharice Davids, Andy Kim and Abigail Spanberger are second-term representatives from Texas, Iowa, Kansas, New Jersey and Virginia.
Today, Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) voted to pass a measure that supports Iowa farmers and producers affected by last year’s derecho, extends government funding to avoid a government shutdown, and ensures the U.S. does not default on its debt.
In July, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service confirmed the presence of African swine fever in samples collected from hogs in the Dominican Republic, raising concerns that an outbreak could reach the United States. To improve vigilance in protecting U.S. herds, legislators are calling for $75 million to increase surveillance and protection efforts.
Today, Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) led the Iowa delegation in the U.S. House of Representatives in the introduction of a resolution honoring the service and sacrifice of Iowa servicemembers over the past two decades in Afghanistan.
Today, Rep. Cindy Axne (IA-03) highlighted data showing Iowans saved $2,100,000 on their health care premiums through affordability provisions included in the American Rescue Plan.
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Iowa's third district Congresswoman Cindy Axne is now trying to help mobile and modular homeowners in Iowa.
They have been fighting for years for protections against sudden recent increases and rule changes by new owners.
Residents at Country Estates have seen rent spikes and hope Axne's new legislation will finally help.
A bill introduced by Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne taking aim at COVID-19 fraudsters has passed the House.
Manufactured home owners who rent lots around the country would receive additional protections, including the right to renew their lease every year unless a landlord provides "good cause" to deny them, under legislation U.S. Rep. Cindy Axne, D-Iowa, has reintroduced this year.
Military veterans living in rural areas in Iowa and beyond may see greater access to mental health care through a bill making its way through Congress just ahead of Memorial Day weekend.
Though the accommodations may seem small to some, Rep. Cindy Axne, D-Iowa – who worked in human resources when she was pregnant and before she worked in government — said she saw firsthand how places of employment may not give accommodations to those who need it.
It’s time for millionaires and billionaires like Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to pay their fair share in taxes, but we can’t let the new laws that will tax the rich inadvertently devastate our family farms.
Iowa Congresswoman Cindy Axne is sponsoring a bill designed to force big corporations to disclose how many jobs they outsource to other countries and if they’re using so-called tax havens in other countries to avoid paying U.S. taxes.
More than one third of Iowa’s families say they struggle to afford basic costs of food, medicine, and housing.
Despite improving unemployment numbers and an expanding economy, we are leaving too many of our friends and neighbors behind, and their children too.
The twin American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan are a $4 trillion proposal that would pour reams of cash into a number of sectors, while increasing taxes on the wealthy and corporations.