In July, I held three Iowa Senior Wellness and Security Expos throughout the Third District. At each Expo, representatives from dozens of local, state and federal agencies and organizations were on hand to provide seniors and their supporters with valuable information about the services and assistance available to Iowa seniors.
If you’re wired into social media, the internet, 24-hour cable news or talk radio, you would think the only things coming out of Washington, D.C. this year are President Trump; Russia; controversy; investigations; protests; anger; and gridlock.
Human trafficking is a horrific activity that destroys lives.
Over the past three years the U.S. House of Representatives has enacted legislation to fight the crime and help victims of the crime.
There is a famous quote attributed to John Lennon that is, “life is what happens to us when we are busy making other plans”. Often when talking with veterans of our armed forces, this sentiment enters the conversation when discussing unexpected life paths after active duty – especially when it comes to their educational pursuits.
Council Bluffs resident Sarah Root had just graduated from Bellevue University with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.
She had her whole, bright, future ahead of her.
July’s Wellness and Security Expos Offer Information And Help to Iowa Seniors
ALL FOSTER CHILDREN DESERVE GUARANTEE OF A SAFE HOME
Every child deserves a safe and loving home. That is not only common sense – it is morally right.
HOLDING THE VA ACCOUNTABLE
One of the most concerning issues I hear about from Iowans is regarding the quality of care our veterans receive.
A BETTER CHOICE FOR IOWANS