Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) is expected to officially announce her bid for the presidency on Saturday in a city rife with significant symbols for her candidacy, while carrying political weight that is all too real.
A federal court ruled Wednesday that the University of Iowa “illegally targeted religious groups for requiring their leaders to believe in and follow their faith,” a victory for a Christian student organization known as a Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC).
The University of Iowa has placed 32 campus religious groups on probation because they are supposedly in violation of the school’s antidiscrimination policy. The public became aware of the list during arguments in federal district court last week involving a Christian student group initially kicked off campus.
WATERLOO, Iowa—Senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio) not only thinks that Medicare for All isn’t “practical,”but he’s also critical of fellow Democrats that “embrace the plan to feel good” while ignoring solutions that can make an immediate impact.
During a meet and greet on Friday evening at the home of a local elected official, Brown was asked about his refusal to support the Medicare for All proposal championed by potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidates like Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and nearly a dozen others.
Contrary to recent media reports, Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) is scheduled to participate in the Women’s March Saturday.
House Republican leaders on Monday removed Rep. Steve King (R., Iowa) from his assignments on the Judiciary and Agricultural Committees after the congressman questioned why white supremacy is offensive.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D., Ohio)–in the latest sign he is considering a 2020 run for president–is preparing to visit Iowa in the coming weeks, according to individuals with knowledge of the planning.