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2016 “People Powered Politics” convention—Aug 20

2016 “People Powered Politics” convention—Aug 20

Join us for the best gathering of progressives in Iowa...

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CCI Action Fund endorses Nate Boulton for State Senate in district 16

CCI Action Fund endorses Nate Boulton for State Senate in district 16

CCI Action Fund endorses in state Senate primary race, will hit the phones and doors to build our power, work to elect progressives to the statehouse.

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Manure Report Supports CCI Action Clean Water legislation

The report confirms a number of things that Iowans have been saying for years...

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An easy way to support CCI Action!

This lets you turn the use of your debit or credit card into a powerful tool...

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Here is why we can’t support the Senate’s water solution plan

Iowa CCI Action is not able to jump on board fully...

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“This is an Uprising” Book Tour

“This is an Uprising” Book Tour

You really don't want to miss this...

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DSM Reg. Editorial: Lawmakers should ‘ban the box’ on job applications

MUST READ: the largest paper in Iowa says we need to ban the box...

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Branstad’s plan to take education money to fund the Nutrient Reduction Strategy kicks the can down the road

Branstad’s plan to take education money to fund the Nutrient Reduction Strategy kicks the can down the road Members of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund (CCI Action) say Iowa Governor Terry Branstad’s plan to take money from education infrastructure to fund Iowa’s failing voluntary Nutrient Reduction Strategy is the wrong approach to clean up Iowa’s polluted waters.  Today, Gov. Terry E. Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds announced an economic study of their bold and innovative SAVE for the Future Proposal currently making its way through the legislature. “Governor Branstad would have us believe we can’t afford to fund both education and water quality efforts in Iowa.” said State Policy Organizing Director Adam Mason. “Unfortunately, this couldn’t be further from the truth, the money is there – it’s in corporate agriculture’s pockets.  We need tough regulations coupled with tough enforcement to change business as usual agriculture. ...

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