Back to business at Statehouse

Back to business at Statehouse

How Iowa could best use relief funds as legislators prepare to resume the 2020 session June 3.

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Update: Key counties to watch

Update: Key counties to watch

Watching the data on the spread of COVID-19 points a spotlight at potential trouble spots, particularly in rural Iowa.

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Supports for Iowans during COVID-19

Supports for Iowans during COVID-19

An array of public benefits are available to help Iowans make ends meet during this crisis.

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COVID-19: Stabilizing child care

COVID-19: Stabilizing child care

Iowa has taken some good first steps on child care, but much more is needed during this unprecedented crisis.

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Back to business at Statehouse

Back to business at Statehouse

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Update: Key counties to watch

Update: Key counties to watch

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Supports for Iowans during COVID-19

Supports for Iowans during COVID-19

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COVID-19: Stabilizing child care

COVID-19: Stabilizing child care

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  • Iowa and the COVID-19 crisis

    Official resources and nonpartisan analysis and perspectives for Iowans as state, local and federal leaders respond to the spread of coronavirus. As of Thursday, June 18, the state had announced nearly 24,900 positive cases of Iowans with COVID-19. The death toll reached 680 with COVID-19 deaths now in 53 of the 99 counties.

    See our resource page here

  • Our Work

    Tax Policy Kit
    IFP has produced several resources for the public, advocates and policy makers who want to better understand the stakes — and sort away the spin — on Iowa’s tax debates.
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    SNAP/Medicaid
    Official analysis shows a proposal in the Iowa Legislature could cost millions with no savings, but kick struggling families off food and health care support.
    Read this blog post