A sweeping proposal that would limit early voting in Iowa and make myriad other changes to how elections operate here is on its way to Gov. Kim Reynolds after gaining approval from Republican state lawmakers Wednesday.
U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson plans to vote against a COVID relief bill making its way through Congress if it includes a provision to raise the federal minimum wage to $15, saying it would "hurt Iowa businesses and cost Iowa jobs."
Five counties that had their expected doses of the COVID-19 vaccines temporarily withheld by the state will receive their full supply and are expected to again this weekend, Gov. Kim Reynolds and state public health officials said Wednesday.
DES MOINES — An Iowa state lawmaker used the widely refuted claim of widespread election fraud to explain his support for a sweeping election bill that would reduce Iowa’s early voting period by more than a third and limit the ways voters can receive and submit early ballots.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds remained bullish on the state's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, despite concerns raised by federal health officials and some local business owners over her recent decision to lift COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In the wake of Gov. Kim Reynolds' decision last Friday to drop a statewide mask mandate and relax social distancing rules, U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson declined to weigh in on Reynolds' decision, saying "everyone" should instead be "vigilant in following the rules where they live."