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Sara Doruska to Gov. Terry Branstad – expand Medicaid!

Sara Doruska, registered pharmacist, tells it like it is - Iowa needs Medicaid expansion. Check out her video!

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CCI Action converges on Terrace Hill for Medicaid expansion

CCI Action members delivered nearly 150 comments from Iowans across the state wanting affordable health insurance on Saturday to Governor Branstad at his Terrace Hill mansion.

This was the latest action in a months long campaign to pass Medicaid expansion in Iowa to provide much needed insurance to 150,000 more Iowans.

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What would you tell Terry? Lawrence would #tellterry Medicaid is invaluable

Lawrence would tell Terry that Medicaid expansion is invaluable.

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From the CCI family to yours – happy Mother’s Day!

Celebrate the mom in your life with an honorary CCI gift package!

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What would you tell Terry?

What would you tell Terry? Mary Sand of Ames tells Governor Branstad "I don't trust that Iowa Care will be nearly good enough for my friend."

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Bad manure bill passes – we’re gearing up for a clean water fight!

Senate passes new bad manure legislation with less than 72 hours remaining in the legislative session - not because it was urgent or important, but as a favor for the factory farm lobby.

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Top Three Reasons Why the Bad Manure Bill is Actually Bad

Top three reasons why the bad manure bill, SF 418, is actually bad.

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The Gronstal Double-Cross

Nearly four weeks ago, Senate insiders told us Senate File 418 would not be debated this year. But with less than 72 hours left in the regular 2013 sessioin, Gronstal put it back on the debate calendar. It could come to a vote at any moment.

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CCI, community grills Schultz on voter ID, voter purge rule

CCI and community members grill Secretary of State Matt Schultz on voter ID and the recently enacted voter purge rule.

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Dozens of Iowans Share Personal Stories on Medicaid Expansion

One hundred and eleven written comments on Medicaid expansion were submitted to the Chief Clerk of the Iowa House on or before April 17 – 109 in favor and only two against, in addition to the 73 people – 56 for, 17 against, who signed up to speak at a public hearing at the state capitol on April 16.

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