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Your legislative forum toolkit!

Legislative forums are an important space to raise issues you care about and to engage your legislator face-to-face.

They're also a great place to start conversations and connect with more like-minded Iowans. Here's a toolkit to help build support for issues you care about.

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Four questions every gubernatorial candidate must answer

The Branstad era is over, but our work is just getting started!

We know that Reynolds represents a continuation of Branstad’s pro-corporate policies, and she’s made it clear that she’s planning on running for another term in 2018.

Now is the time to start asking ALL gubernatorial candidates where they stand on the issues that matter to Iowans. These are our top four:

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2017 CCI Action Legislative Reportcard

Find out how your legislators voted on key bills you lobbied on this session.

This will help you identify our allies, as well as legislators who advanced the agenda of corporate power.

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Pollution trading bill: A false fix for water crisis

As Iowa’s water quality crisis continues to grow, the Iowa House Republicans and corporate ag are pushing through a cap-and-trade scheme, known as “pollution trading,” where corporations and cities with deep enough pockets can purchase the right to pollute.

Read more about the bill and how to take action.

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Reportback: Emergency Clean Water Meeting with Bill Stowe on HF 316

Nearly 170 people packed the CCI office to join the clean water fightback! Des Moines Water Works Director Bill Stowe and DMWW board members Graham Gillette and Mark Wallace gave us the low-down on what the legislature is attempting to do with two bad bills in the House and the Senate that would dismantle the DMWW and distribute $270 million of assets to surrounding customers.

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TPP back from the dead??

Just when you thought this issue was laid to rest, establishment politicians and their corporate cronies are trying to shove the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal through this fall.

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