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A reflection on economic struggle

CCI Action staffers are getting ready to #LivetheWage; read Sharon's pre-challenge reflection...

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2013 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report 

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Poll: Iowans Prefer a U.S. Senate Candidate with a Tax Fairness Agenda

A new poll of likely Iowa voters reveals that a range of tax fairness issues are more important to voters when choosing a U.S. Senate candidate than...

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Nuns on the Bus are coming to Iowa!

Nuns on the Bus are coming to Iowa!

Iowa is getting ready to welcome the Nuns who fight for...

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Bernie Sanders coming to Iowa Sept. 13 & 14

Bernie Sanders coming to Iowa Sept. 13 & 14

Senator Bernie Sanders is a progressive champion of the People’s Agenda in Washington, D.C. He will be making stops in...

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CCI Action and Camp Wellstone unite!

CCI Action and Camp Wellstone unite!

We brought Camp Wellstone to Iowa for the first time in quite some time! Nearly 50 folks gathered for this training dedicated to achieving a political system that puts people first. This is what one CCI Action Fund member thought...

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CCI Action Sues Branstad’s DNR

CCI Action Sues Branstad’s DNR

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund filed a legal complaint in federal district court August 20 alleging that an August 19 vote on new Clean Water Act rules by the Environmental Protection Commission was illegal because five members of the EPC appointed by Governor Terry Branstad have a direct financial stake in the factory farm industry and should have recused themselves from the vote because they would financially benefit from passing a weak rule.

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We’re Prepared to Sue

Members of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund (Iowa CCI Action) today announced that they are prepared to file a legal complaint...

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Know your Factory Farm Five

Five out of the nine Iowa Environmental Protection Commissioners own, or have a direct financial interest, in factory farms. Despite this blatant conflict of interest, they sit on the Environmental Protection Commission (EPC). The EPC is deciding whether or not to strengthen the Clean Water Act rule on August 19. Strengthening the rule means addressing the factory farm manure pollution that has contributed to Iowa’s 630 polluted waterways. Click on the photo of each EPC Commissioner to learn more about their ties to corporate agricultural, and why they should recuse themselves from voting on the Clean Water Act rule.     The EPC, and these five in particular, need to hear from more Iowans like you that we want strong rules that protect our...

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