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Each week Iowa Press explores the issues affecting the lives of Iowans. Newsmakers, policy makers and elected officials join capitol reporters in a weekly discussion.

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Each week Iowa Press explores the issues affecting the lives of Iowans. Newsmakers, policy makers and elected officials join capitol reporters in a weekly discussion.

    Tax policy overhaul

    Tax policy overhaul

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    Iowa republicans hold trifecta power in state government and are poised to overhaul tax policy. We discuss the possibilities with Chris Hagenow of Iowans for Tax Relief and Peter Fisher of Common Good Iowa on this edition of Iowa Press.
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    J. Ann Selzer

    J. Ann Selzer

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    Political discord and measuring support for politicians heading into an election year. We sit down with one of the country's best pollsters, Iowa's own Ann Selzer, on this edition of Iowa Press.
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    Reporters' Roundtable

    Reporters' Roundtable

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    Congress tackles President Biden's agenda, the John Deere strike ends and Iowa political races are taking shape for 2022. We gather perspective with a Reporters' Roundtable on this edition of Iowa Press.
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    Representative Cindy Axne

    Representative Cindy Axne

    On this edition of Iowa Press, Rep. Cindy Axne (D-West Des Moines), congresswoman for Iowa’s 3rd District, discusses the infrastructure bill and other work in Washington, D.C., as well as redistricting in Iowa. 
    Joining moderator Kay Henderson at the Iowa Press table are Clay Masters, Morning Edition host and lead political reporter for Iowa Public Radio, and Stephen Gruber-Miller, political reporter for The Des Moines Register.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Jessica_981 ,

OK but could be better

Iowa Press has a good assortment of political content but should be better on some clarity & fact checking. They recently (11/19/21) discussed 2022 elections, school superintendent elections & how CRT is taught in grade schools, failing to mention CRT is a college-level education & it’s more a racial education ideology that is being debated. This journalistic failure is seen across the media right now. Iowa Press should strive to do better.

Cornfed2 ,

Video needed

Great content. Would be nice to see this as a video podcast

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