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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – December 14, 2017

A new version of the House Republican newsletter is available for viewing: 

Caucus Newsletter 12-14-17

In this edition:

  • Revenue Estimating Conference Leaves FY 2018 Unchanged, Small Revision to FY 2019
  • Iowa’s High School Graduation Rate Still Top in the Nation
  • Latest Iowa School Report Card Released
  • Managed Care Transition Update

All House Republican newsletters are available at www.iowahouserepulicans.com.  Follow us on twitter @IAHouseGOP.

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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – October 26, 2017

A new version of the House Republican newsletter is available for viewing: 

Caucus Newsletter 10-26-2017

In this edition:

  • October REC forecast calls for revenue growth in FY 2018, 2019, but a slower pace
  • Future Ready Iowa Alliance Recommendations Released
  • Second Union Recertification Election Results
  • Have a Delightful, Not Frightful Halloween

All House Republican newsletters are available at www.iowahouserepublicans.com.  Follow us on Twitter @IAHouseGOP.

For the full PDF Version of the newsletter, click here.

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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – October 12, 2017

A new version of the House Republican newsletter is available for viewing: 

Caucus Newsletter 10-12-2017

In this edition:

  • Sound Familiar? Minnesota closes budget gap after the end of FY 2017
  • Regents Delay Decision on 2018/19 Tuition
  • Register’s Property Tax Article Contains Major Errors
  • Dog Training Programs in Iowa’s Prisons

All House Republican newsletters are available at www.iowahouserepublicans.com.  Follow us on Twitter @IAHouseGOP.

For the full PDF Version of the newsletter, click here.

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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – October 2, 2017

A new version of the August 2017 Newsletter is available for viewing: 

Caucus Newsletter 10-2-2017

In this edition:

  • Iowa Budget – A Six Year Review
  • Iowa Stopgap Measure Update
  • Regents Universities Reveal Long Awaited Savings
  • Attorney General Joins Partisan Federal Lawsuit

All House Republican newsletters are available at www.iowahouserepublicans.com.  Follow us on Twitter @IAHouseGOP.

For the full PDF Version of the newsletter, click here.

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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – December 3

newsletter thumbnailA new December 2015 newsletter is available for viewing.  Click the link below to view the PDF version:

Caucus Newsletter 12-3-2015

In this edition:

  • November Revenue Numbers Rebound From Slow Start to Fiscal Year 2016
  • Iowa History Advisory Council Formed
  • Iowa Public Pension Systems UPDATE
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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – November 19

newsletter thumbnailA new November 2015 newsletter is available for viewing.  Click the link below to view the PDF version:

Caucus Newsletter 11-19-2015

Feature Article:

  • Holding Back an Avalanche: A Five Year Look Back at the Spending Discipline of House Republicans

Also in this edition:

  • Would the Bakken Pipeline be the First Crude Oil Line in the State?
  • Iowans Sought for Social Studies Standards Writing Team
  • Iowa Utilities Board Taking Comments on Wind Energy Tax Credits
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Under the Golden Dome, Too – Growing a 21st Century Workforce

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Earlier this week we celebrated Veteran’s Day to honor those who served in our nation’s armed forces. I’d like to take the time at the beginning of this newsletter to thank them for their service, sacrifice, and dedication to this country. Without the brave men and women of our armed forces, past and present, I wouldn’t be able to represent the 30,000 citizens of District 54 in the Iowa House. Our soldiers and veterans have fought to ensure that all Americans remain free and that our democracy stands.

I’ve had the opportunity to talk with many Iowans over recent weeks. The topics of education, career readiness and workforce needs have come up frequently. While the Legislature has taken steps over the past few years to solve some of these issues, there is still work to be done.

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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – November 5

newsletter thumbnailA new November 2015 newsletter is available for viewing.  Click the link below to view the PDF version:

Caucus Newsletter 11-5-2015

Feature article:

  • School Funding: Up or Down since FY 2003?

Also in this edition:

  • Weakening Revenue Picture Continues in October
  • How Managed Care is Transforming Health Care Delivery
  • Public Defender’s Office to Investigate Wrongful Conviction Claims
  • Redesign of Career and Technical Education in Iowa Recommended
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Under the Golden Dome, Too

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Caution Flags

With Halloween upon us next week, that means that the Holiday Season is right around the corner.  Soon we will all be getting ready to spend time with family and friends over Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners as we head into the New Year.  It’s hard to believe that we are only about two months away from 2016!

Last week the Revenue Estimating Conference (REC) held its October meeting where they projected how much revenue the state can expect to collect during the current fiscal year and next year.  The REC consists of three members: one from the Legislative Branch, one from the Executive Branch, and a member from the public.

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House Republican Caucus Newsletter – October 22

newsletter thumbnailA new October 2015 newsletter is available for viewing.  Click the link below to view the PDF version:

Caucus Newsletter 10-22-2015

Feature article:

  • The School Funding Story Over the Past 6 Years

Also in this edition:

  • REC Lowers FY 2016 Revenue Forecast, Sees Additional $174.6 Million Available in FY 2017
  • Governor Issues Executive Order to Combat Bullying
  • Medicaid Modernization Implementation Timeline on Track
  • Department to Delay Implementation of New Manufacturing Tax Exemption Rule
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