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WATERLOO -- Hundreds gathered behind a fence at the Waterloo Regional Airport on Wednesday afternoon, holding up signs to welcome home about 100 Iowa Army National Guard soldiers before hugging and kissing them minutes later after they were released.
Republican Study Committee members demanded Democratic leadership to visit the southern border and see the consequences of reversing Trump-era immigration policies firsthand.
President Joe Biden, who vowed to run a “transparent” administration, on Thursday pointedly declined to commit to allow the media and camera crews full access to the situation at the southern border. Now, Republicans are assailing Biden for that stance, calling it being “an insult to the purposes of a free press.”
A group with the US Army Corps of Engineers updated river projects in a meeting Thursday with Congresswoman Ashley Hinson at Lock and Dam 11 in Dubuque.
The meeting’s purpose was to discuss navigation projects for the Mississippi River and flood risk management missions across eastern Iowa.
Sen. Joni Ernst and Rep. Ashley Hinson are teaming up to increase the availability of federal funds for child care development.
Ernst on Thursday introduced the ACCESS Act — Affordable Child Care for Economic Strategies and Success — to provide grants to communities and public-private partnerships. to increase access to child care.
Congresswoman Ashley Hinson (IA-01) today toured the industrial manufacturing center at Kirkwood Community College and met with administrators, faculty, and students to learn more about the high-tech training programs they offer, including advanced welding, computer-aided design (CAD), industrial maintenance, and carpentry.
Congresswoman Ashley Hinson led a bicameral group of her colleagues in a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressing their outrage with what they describe as her "brazen" efforts to overturn the state-certified election results in Iowa's Second Congressional D
Congressional Republicans are demanding the Biden administration stand up for Taiwan in talks with China's leadership on Thursday.
Members of Dubuque’s leading business and economy organizations said downgrading the county from a metropolitan statistical area (MSA) to a micropolitan area would “wipe it off the map.”