Almost four months ago, Congress passed and President Trump signed into law a bill - The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - putting more money in the pockets of hard working Iowans across the Third District.
Iowa Congressman David Young issued the following statement after the House of Representatives voted on a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution.
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Iowa Congressman David Young is encouraging all interested Third Congressional District high school students to participate in this year’s Congressional Art Competition.
Time goes by quickly, months have passed since the New Year has come in and it’s already Spring. As I travel around the Third District, folks share with me how they and their families are benefiting from the new tax relief law, how their businesses - small and large - are feeling freer from burdensome regulations, and how they are feeling optimistic about the future.
Iowa Congressman David Young today introduced the WATER Act (Water and Targeted Environmental Research Act) as part of his continued focus on improving the quality of Iowa's water and soil health.
Iowa Congressman David Young continues his schedule of hosting open meeting events with his constituents with additional Open Office Hours events in April.
On March 23, 2018, President Trump signed legislation funding the government until the end of the fiscal year. The bill was not perfect and the process was not ideal. However, Iowans didn’t send me to Congress to complain about the process – they sent me to Congress to work to make it better where I can. They sent me to make sure our policies and programs help Iowans.
For four years in a row, farm income has been down. Commodity prices are low. Inputs and equipment are expensive. Coupled with fears of retaliation against agriculture from the possibility of a trade war, many farmers are on edge. Our farm families are resilient, but they face mounting pressure which can have a significant impact on their emotions and mental health.
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