Posts Tagged ‘Prevailing Wage’
 

 

Perry’s Ride – A Post Memorial Day Round Up

It is often said that Labor Day signifies the point in a general election where voters really begin to focus on the upcoming election, and so the campaigns really seem to ratchet up. For Republican caucus campaigns in Iowa, I h...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
 

Task Force Iowa

By Sam Clovis As officials finalize election results, it is clear that Republicans have regained their footing in the state.  The challenges left behind by the outgoing administration are legion, so the new legislature is goin...
by Sam Clovis

 
 
 

Gaining Competitive Advantage

By Dr. Sam Clovis This last week on my radio show I had occasion to interview someone from the Culver campaign about the current governor’s proposal to expand pre-K education to an additional 21,000 four year olds.  What I t...
by Sam Clovis

 

 
 

King: How to Save $11.4 Billion This Year

Written by Congressman Steve King Iowa’s 5th District Congressman Spending is out of control in Washington, and even liberals who have long supported Keynesian economics are starting to talk about reducing the national de...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
 

Iowa Association of Business and Industry Hits the Airwaves

The Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) has launched a grassroots media campaign this week aimed to stop a controversial proposal that forces workers to pay fees to labor unions. The statewide radio campaign will fo...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 
 

Disconnect: State Government Out of Step With the People

It’s not uncommon for there to be a sizable disconnect between regular citizens and their elected officials. Starting last fall and continuing this spring, the American people have been more vocal than ever in letting their e...
by Craig Robinson