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Rep. Cindy Axne

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If you’ve kept up with the news the last few weeks, you know Congress has been tackling some big issues. In recent weeks, I voted to ensure our government has the resources it needs to function and made sure we...
Active-duty members of our armed forces who are transitioning out of their military service have access to a program that connects them to in-demand skills training and prospective employers who are seeking to hire veterans. But that program, called SkillBridge,...
Over the past few months, my colleagues and I in Congress have engaged in discussions about investments we can make at the federal level to support our local economies, create jobs and meet the challenges facing our country in...
As our communities continue to recover from a difficult year and we focus on how to strengthen our local economies, there has rightly been a lot of discussion about job creation, infrastructure investments and supporting our workers. But perhaps...
Since the new Congress officially gaveled into session six months ago, great strides have been made in providing relief to the people and businesses in Iowa who needed it most this year, and the data shows the aid is...
Since the COVID-19 pandemic reached Iowa in February 2020, 110,000 fewer Iowans are employed, an estimated 86,000 renters still haven’t caught up on rent and more than 339,500 people statewide have been infected by COVID-19. It has been a long...
Rural businesses in Iowa have faced just as many challenges and financial burdens during the COVID-19 pandemic as their counterparts in urban areas. So it’s only fair that we extend to those businesses, which form the backbone of our Main...