Despite concerns from a Democratic lawmaker over vague language, a free speech bill requiring Iowa’s Board of Regents to implement policies, training, restrictions and penalties for First Amendment violations advanced Tuesday from an Iowa House panel.
Search / 50 results found Showing: 1-10 of 50
(Des Moines) -- Issues at the Statehouse this year are as hot as the weather is cold outside.
A bill introduced last week seeks $350,000 in state general fund appropriation to remove the current 68 highway welcome signs and replace them with new “different and distinct” message boards.
Carlin -- who says he's concerned with "the enormous problem of China, the disintegration of the family, the decline of rural America and the big tax suppression of free speech and control of media content," thinks Grassley may be out of touch with the current Republican Party.