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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: May 14, 2018: Ask for changes to the Farm Bill

A few quick updates:The U.S. Catholic bishops’ social justice department has issued an action alert regarding the federal Farm Bill.Please contact your member of Congress today at www.votervoice.net/usccb/home and ask them to insist on changes to the bill. It has serious flaws that would negatively impact poor, hungry and vulnerable people. You can…See More
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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: May 14, 2018: Ask for changes to the Farm Bill

A few quick updates:The U.S. Catholic bishops’ social justice department has issued an action alert regarding the federal Farm Bill.Please contact your member of Congress today at www.votervoice.net/usccb/home and ask them to insist on changes to the bill. It has serious flaws that would negatively impact poor, hungry and vulnerable people. You can…See More
May 14
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Decorah Knights liked Tom Chapman's blog post 'Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: April 29, 2018'
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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: May 7, 2018: Legislative session ends

The Iowa legislature adjourned “sine die” on Saturday, ending the 2018 session of the 87th General Assembly. We are very grateful that many of you contacted your legislator during the past few days.The Iowa legislative session completed its work with the passage of a tax reform bill, Senate File 2417, that will cut taxes by about $2 billion over the next several years. Some of the tax cuts won’t kick in unless state revenue surpasses certain levels.SF 2417 included a $1 million increase in the…See More
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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: April 29, 2018

The Iowa legislative session is in overtime as lawmakers are into their third week of not receiving their per diem expense checks. However, the session may end this week as Gov. Kim Reynolds and House and Senate Republican leadership have announced a deal on a tax reform plan, one of their key priorities.The actual legislative language has not yet been made available. A key question is whether the tax cuts will allow adequate revenues for public education, Medicaid, public safety, a strong…See More
Apr 29
A blog post by Tom Chapman was featured

Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: April 29, 2018

The Iowa legislative session is in overtime as lawmakers are into their third week of not receiving their per diem expense checks. However, the session may end this week as Gov. Kim Reynolds and House and Senate Republican leadership have announced a deal on a tax reform plan, one of their key priorities.The actual legislative language has not yet been made available. A key question is whether the tax cuts will allow adequate revenues for public education, Medicaid, public safety, a strong…See More
Apr 29
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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter, April 22, 2018

It appears that Republican leaders in the Iowa House and Senate are getting closer to an agreement on tax reform and the state budget.The House is proposing an increase in state spending of $235 million and a $7.5 billion budget. The Senate is proposing $5 million less overall, with slightly more for education and human services, and slightly less for the “standing appropriations” bill and justice systems.Regarding tax reform, the Senate has proposed a $2 billion cut over five years for…See More
Apr 23
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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter, April 15, 2018

The Iowa Catholic Conference was disappointed that Gov. Reynolds signed the immigration enforcement bill, Senate File 481, last week. The Catholic bishops of Iowa had sent a letter to the governor asking for a veto.In a statement regarding the bill, the bishops said, “Our energy, therefore, should be directed toward finding a solution so that immigrants are welcome here, and as a consequence, strengthen our communities with their families, enrich our social fabric by their faith and their…See More
Apr 15
A blog post by Tom Chapman was featured

Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter, April 15, 2018

The Iowa Catholic Conference was disappointed that Gov. Reynolds signed the immigration enforcement bill, Senate File 481, last week. The Catholic bishops of Iowa had sent a letter to the governor asking for a veto.In a statement regarding the bill, the bishops said, “Our energy, therefore, should be directed toward finding a solution so that immigrants are welcome here, and as a consequence, strengthen our communities with their families, enrich our social fabric by their faith and their…See More
Apr 15
A blog post by Tom Chapman was featured

Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: April 9, 2018

Senate File 481, the immigration enforcement bill, passed the Iowa House and Senate last week and is going the governor for her signature. The Iowa Catholic Conference opposed the bill. Among other provisions, the bill requires local jails to comply with all requests from ICE (immigration control) to hold immigrants, even when federal law does not require it. People would be held for possible deportation when they otherwise normally would get released.…See More
Apr 9
News post by Tom Chapman

Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: April 9, 2018

Senate File 481, the immigration enforcement bill, passed the Iowa House and Senate last week and is going the governor for her signature. The Iowa Catholic Conference opposed the bill. Among other provisions, the bill requires local jails to comply with all requests from ICE (immigration control) to hold immigrants, even when federal law does not require it. People would be held for possible deportation when they otherwise normally would get released.…See More
Apr 9

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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: May 14, 2018: Ask for changes to the Farm Bill

Posted on May 14, 2018 at 9:30am 0 Comments

A few quick updates:

The U.S. Catholic bishops’ social justice department has issued an action alert regarding the federal Farm Bill.Please contact your member of Congress today at www.votervoice.net/usccb/home and ask them to insist on changes to the bill. It has serious flaws that would negatively impact poor, hungry and vulnerable people. You can…

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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: May 7, 2018: Legislative session ends

Posted on May 7, 2018 at 8:17am 0 Comments

The Iowa legislature adjourned “sine die” on Saturday, ending the 2018 session of the 87th General Assembly. We are very grateful that many of you contacted your legislator during the past few days.

The Iowa legislative session completed its work with the passage of a tax reform bill, Senate File 2417, that will cut taxes by about $2 billion over the next several years. Some of the tax cuts won’t kick in unless state revenue surpasses certain levels.

SF 2417 included a $1…

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Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter: April 29, 2018

Posted on April 29, 2018 at 6:15pm 0 Comments

The Iowa legislative session is in overtime as lawmakers are into their third week of not receiving their per diem expense checks. However, the session may end this week as Gov. Kim Reynolds and House and Senate Republican leadership have announced a deal on a tax reform plan, one of their key priorities.

The actual legislative language has not yet been made available. A key question is whether the tax cuts will allow adequate revenues for public education, Medicaid, public safety, a…

Continue

Iowa Catholic Conference Newsletter, April 22, 2018

Posted on April 22, 2018 at 9:32pm 0 Comments

It appears that Republican leaders in the Iowa House and Senate are getting closer to an agreement on tax reform and the state budget.

The House is proposing an increase in state spending of $235 million and a $7.5 billion budget. The Senate is proposing $5 million less overall, with slightly more for education and human services, and slightly less for the “standing appropriations” bill and justice systems.

Regarding tax reform, the Senate has proposed a $2 billion cut over…

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