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CALL TO ACTION: Contact Congress
Republicans now have a plan for the next COVID-19 assistance package. It is very different from the plan from the Democrats. Congress and the White... Read More...
ACTION ALERT: Congressional COVID Relief Needs Disability Focus
Senate Republicans continued to hammer out the details of a fourth COVID-19 relief package, which Senate Majority Leader McConnell (R-KY) has... Read More...
Iowans with Disabilities Face Danger, Isolation During COVID-19
The Des Moines Register featured a great article on the challenges Iowans with disabilities face during the COVID-19 outbreak.  Titled "Iowans with... Read More...
Governor Finishes Signing 2020 Bills into Law
Governor Kim Reynolds finished signing the 113 bills sent to her during this year's legislative session.  She line-item vetoed the budget bill,... Read More...
DD Council Ask Governor to Veto Changes to Voting by Mail
The Iowa Legislative Session finsihed its work on June 14; our next issue of infoNET will be published after the Govenror takes action on the 113... Read More...

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Now that the legislative session is over, there will be fewer public forums and town hall meetings with legislators.  However, we will continue to track these opportunties, as well as meetings to discuss Medicaid managed care and other opportunities for public input.  These are excellent opportunities for your voice to be heard. Click here to find a public forum, town hall meeting or other event near you.

Lots of people think you need to be able to give candidates money to go to their campaign events.  This is simply not true.  Candidates want to meet people, and earn their votes.  Contact your local Republican and Democratic party chairs or the candidates themselves to find out when candidates will be having events in your area.  Meet them - talk to them about your priorities - or just introduce yourself.  If you like the person, and you like their answers, help them on their campaign. March in a parade, help with mailings, make phone calls, or go door-to-door.  There are lots of opportunities - just let them know you want to help!