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    • CHIP IN and Cut Congressional Pay Act

      Dave introduced legislation to cut pay by 10 percent and eliminate the automatic pay raises for Members of Congress

    • Honor Flight

      Dave greets members of the Eastern Iowa Honor Flight at the WWII Memorial in Washington.

    • Take Your Congressman to Work

      Dave shadowed employees from the Muscatine Sewer Collection and Drainage department

    • Farm Visit

      Dave visited Gary Long's farm as part of his Rural Iowa Tour.

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    • Rep. Latham Farewell Speech

    • From Dave's Desk- Holding Congress Accountable

      Dave discusses his fight to hold Congress accountable. He believes it is time to show the American people it's serious about making good choices for the country and not special interests.

    • Subcommittee Hearing on National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

      Dave's opening statement at the for Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education Subcommittee Hearing, "Protecting America's Youth: An Update from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children."

    • Questioning John Ray, President, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

      At Subcommittee Hearing on "Protecting America's Youth: An Update from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children."

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Loebsack Announces 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition

February 24, 2015 PRESS RELEASE

Congressman Dave Loebsack announced today that high school students in the Iowa’s Second Congressional District may now submit their original artwork to be considered for the 2015 Congressional Art Competition. The annual competition is hosted by the... READ MORE

I was deeply moved by today’s Des Moines Register story on Steve Simoff, who com...

March 02, 2015 FACEBOOK

I was deeply moved by today’s Des Moines Register story on Steve Simoff, who commutes 70 miles per day from Davis City to Osceola. Unless someone offers him a ride, he walks 35 miles to his night shift as a janitor to support his family. Steve’s quiet resilience is shared by many who work multiple jobs, late shifts, or for relatively low pay to put food on the table for their loved ones. I grew up in poverty and was raised by a single mother, and Steve’s experiences resonate with me. Please know that I will continue to fight for those who are quietly fighting every day for their families – your voice should and will be heard.


Munson: 35 miles in Steve's shoes
www.desmoinesregister.com
To take care of his family and earn a paycheck, Steve Simoff, 61, walks along the interstate highway to his casino job 35 miles away.

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Loebsack Announces 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition

February 24, 2015 PRESS RELEASE

Congressman Dave Loebsack announced today that high school students in the Iowa’s Second Congressional District may now submit their original artwork to be considered for the 2015 Congressional Art Competition. The annual competition is hosted by the... READ MORE

Loebsack, Ashford Reintroduce Legislation to Cut Member Pay

February 04, 2015 PRESS RELEASE

Congressman Dave Loebsack (IA-02) announced today that he reintroduced legislation that would cut Member’s pay for the first time since the Great Depression. He was joined by Rep. Brad Ashford (NE-02) as an original cosponsor. The Congressional Halt ... READ MORE

Loebsack, Stivers Reintroduce Bill to Help Homeless Children and Youth

January 27, 2015 PRESS RELEASE

Today, Rep. Dave Loebsack (D-IA) and Rep. Steve Stivers (R-OH) introduced the Homeless Children and Youth Act, which provides a more accurate system for the federal government to understand the problem of youth homelessness and help better serve this... READ MORE

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I was deeply moved by today’s Des Moines Register story on Steve Simoff, who com...

March 02, 2015 FACEBOOK

I was deeply moved by today’s Des Moines Register story on Steve Simoff, who commutes 70 miles per day from Davis City to Osceola. Unless someone offers him a ride, he walks 35 miles to his night shift as a janitor to support his family. Steve’s quiet resilience is shared by many who work multiple jobs, late shifts, or for relatively low pay to put food on the table for their loved ones. I grew up in poverty and was raised by a single mother, and Steve’s experiences resonate with me. Please know that I will continue to fight for those who are quietly fighting every day for their families – your voice should and will be heard.


Munson: 35 miles in Steve's shoes
www.desmoinesregister.com
To take care of his family and earn a paycheck, Steve Simoff, 61, walks along the interstate highway to his casino job 35 miles away.

The 2015 Congressional Art Competition is now open! If you are a high school stu...

February 24, 2015 FACEBOOK

The 2015 Congressional Art Competition is now open! If you are a high school student in Iowa's Second District, or know someone who is, get to work on an original piece of art and enter today.

Please click below to get the details and share this so your family and friends can enter as well.


Loebsack Announces 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition
loebsack.house.gov

I want to hear directly from you as I continue to work hard for Iowans! Please...

February 04, 2015 FACEBOOK

I want to hear directly from you as I continue to work hard for Iowans!

Please click below to take this survey and share your priority for the 114th Congress. Thanks!


114th Congress Constituent Survey
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