GOP: Meet Our Members – Clel Baudler

GOP: Meet Our Members – Clel Baudler

Representative Clel Baudler is currently serving his eighth term in the Iowa House.  He represents Iowa’s 20th District, which includes Greenfield, Guthrie Center, and Perry. Rep. Baudler is the Chairman of the Public Safety committee, and also serves on the Agriculture, Environmental Protection, Government Oversight, and Natural Resources committees. Clel Baudler was first elected in…

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Dems: Help count wild turkeys

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is looking for volunteers to help with its annual wild turkey survey. The work is simple: while outdoors in Iowa this July and August, keep an eye out for wild turkeys. If you see one, determine if it is an adult female or adult male (males have beards…

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Dems: Grants available to rural fire departments

Grant money is available to Iowa’s rural fire departments for equipment to help battle wildfires. The Volunteer Fire Assistance Grant provides 50 percent reimbursement with a maximum grant of $3,500 per department. Departments that actively return Wildland Fire Reports receive priority points in the grant application scoring process.  Grant applications are due October 15. Complete…

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Dems: Veto of MHI funding hurts vulnerable Iowans

As part of ongoing efforts to improve mental health services, we voted this year to make it easier for Iowans to receive mental health and substance abuse treatment closer to home. This included a bipartisan plan to keep all four of Iowa’s mental health institutes (MHIs) operating. Republican and Democratic legislators reached an agreement to…

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Dems: How much is a veto override worth to each Iowa school?

Dems: How much is a veto override worth to each Iowa school?

A key compromise of the 2015 session of the Iowa Legislature was the approval of 55.7 million in one-time funding for Iowa’s local schools.  Below is a list of how much is at risk for each Iowa school district.

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Dems: Education veto is bad for economic growth

The Governor’s veto of funding for our schools, community colleges and state universities will result in higher tuition, more kids in classrooms and fewer educational opportunities for students. Iowa’s improving economy makes it possible to do more for our students and schools. The state has a billion dollars in savings, but as support for our…

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Dems: Education veto is bad for economic growth

The Governor’s veto of funding for our schools, community colleges and state universities will result in higher tuition, more kids in classrooms and fewer educational opportunities for students. Iowa’s improving economy makes it possible to do more for our students and schools. The state has a billion dollars in savings, but as support for our…

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GOP: House Republican Caucus Newsletter – July 9

GOP: House Republican Caucus Newsletter – July 9

A new July 2015 newsletter is available for viewing.  Click the link below to view the PDF version: Caucus Newsletter 7-9-2015 In this edition: Governor’s Item Vetoes Make Changes to FY 2016 General Fund budget Economic Growth Within Reach But Closely Guarded Even With Veto, School Funding Significantly Up Over Last 5 Years “Fair Share” Forced…

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GOP: House Republican Caucus Newsletter – July 9

GOP: House Republican Caucus Newsletter – July 9

A new July 2015 newsletter is available for viewing.  Click the link below to view the PDF version: Caucus Newsletter 7-9-2015 In this edition: Governor’s Item Vetoes Make Changes to FY 2016 General Fund budget Economic Growth Within Reach But Closely Guarded Even With Veto, School Funding Significantly Up Over Last 5 Years “Fair Share” Forced…

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