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WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa, blasted the Biden Administration after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the cancellation of two border wall construction contracts.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Reps. Randy Feenstra, R-Iowa, and Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa, joined members of the House Budget Committee in sending a letter to House and Senate leaders, urging them to enact fiscally responsible policies that will rein in out-of-control spending and reduce the $28+ trillion national debt.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - During her stop at Boomerang in Anamosa on Friday, Rep. Ashely Hinson (R-IA1) discussed the stalled infrastructure bill in Congress.
Hinson said, right now, they are at an impasse. She said Republicans would support an infrastructure bill at the right price tag.
Democrats recently took further action to potentially allow future taxpayer funding of abortions.
A subcommittee in the House of Representatives approved spending legislation that did not include the Hyde Amendment or the Weldon amendment, both of which have been bipartisan measures for years.
The far left’s obsession with spending taxpayer dollars on electric vehicle subsidies is a deeply irresponsible publicity stunt that props up the Chinese Communist Party to the detriment of Iowa’s own biofuel producers—and to the detriment of our environment and national security.
On paper, U.S. Reps. Cheri Bustos, D-Illinois, and Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa, are as different as they are alike.
Bustos announced in recent months that she would not seek re-election, so after 2022, she is on her way out after six terms. Hinson just arrived in January, but is building steam toward her first re-election campaign next year.
U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson supports expanding the child tax credit, but has concerns about the price tag on the American Rescue Plan that includes sending payments averaging $423 a month to about 35 million families with children.
Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-Iowa) looked to implement an amendment to put an end to a $50 million program that would use taxpayer money to pay for the lawyers who represent migrants who crossed the southern border.
Rep. Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa, on Thursday offered an amendment to stop a $50 million pilot program that would use taxpayer money to pay for lawyers to represent migrants who had crossed the southern border – but it was voted down in the House Appropriations Committee.
A bipartisan group of farm-state U.S. House and Senate members Wednesday introduced bills they say will provide a legislative remedy to a recent court decision striking down the year-round sale of an ethanol-gasoline blend.