Following the passing of 22 year old American Otto Warmbier there is increased discussions regarding the need for tougher sanctions on, or an all-out travel ban to, North Korea.
Last month, Aetna and Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield announced their plan to pull out of Iowa’s individual health insurance market for 2018. And on May 3, the Des Moines Register reported Medica would follow the footsteps of those other carries and leave the individual insurance market if stability was not returned to the market.
This week, Congress reviewed and voted on legislation that would give President Trump the authority to impose sanctions on persons in violation of certain U.N. Security Council resolutions regarding North Korea.
I believe our tax code is complicated and does not work. It’s time we scrap it, replace it, and simplify it to cut the burden on all Iowans. Washington has a responsibility to be more efficient, more effective, and more accountable in protecting hardworking Americans.
In the ongoing debate about healthcare, you may have read about those who advocate for a single-payer healthcare system for the United States.
Recently the U.S. House passed legislation known as the VA Accountability First Act of 2017.
This week, the American Health Care Act was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
This Tuesday evening, the President will address a joint session of Congress to discuss the State of the Union and issues facing our nation. With just over 38 days since President Trump has taken the Oath of Office, I want to know how you feel he is doing thus far.
The facts are that the current healthcare law works for some people but it does not work for everyone.
President Trump recently signed executive actions to advance the Keystone and Dakota Access pipeline projects.
Congress may be considering issues related to these pipelines and the President's actions in the coming months. It would be helpful to me to know your opinion.