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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

    • VOTE TODAY! 2017 High School Art Competition

      The annual competition is hosted by the United States House of Representatives to recognize talented young artists from across the nation. The winning student from each district is invited to Washington, D.C. to attend a reception held in their honor and will have his or her artwork displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year.

    • Coffee with your Congressman Schedule

      Dave hosts Coffee with your Congressman events in both Washington, D.C. when the House is in session, as well as throughout Iowa’s Second Congressional District. All Iowans visiting Washington, D.C. are invited to join him each week the House is in session. Any Iowan is also welcome to attend a Coffee with your Congressman event near you.

    • Take Your Congressman to Work

      Dave shadowed employees from the Muscatine Sewer Collection and Drainage department

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    • Improving Rural Wireless Coverage

      At a hearing entitled “Broadband: Deploying America’s 21st Century Infrastructure,” Dave spoke about the importance of investing in rural broadband

    • Protect Rural Hospitals

      Dave spoke at a committee hearing about the need to keep rural hospitals safe from any ACA repeal legislation.

    • Loebsack Opening Statement on ACA Repeal

      Dave gave his opening statement on the Republicans' healthcare repeal plan.

    • Rural Broadband Caucus Kickoff

      Dave joined a bipartisan group of members to kickoff the Rural Broadband Caucus for the 115th Congress. The group will work together to ensure folks have access to broadband no matter where they live.

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Loebsack Statement on the Congressional Baseball Practice Shooting

June 14, 2017 PRESS RELEASE

Congressman Dave Loebsack released the following statement after a gunman opened fire on a practice for the Congressional Baseball game. “I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear the news of this morning's shootings. My thoughts and prayers go to Co... READ MORE

Always great meeting with the Pella Chamber

June 21, 2017 FACEBOOK

folks to talk about their priorities! Even more excited for my afternoon snack of the Dutch Letters they leave behind!

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Loebsack Statement on the Congressional Baseball Practice Shooting

June 14, 2017 PRESS RELEASE

Congressman Dave Loebsack released the following statement after a gunman opened fire on a practice for the Congressional Baseball game. “I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear the news of this morning's shootings. My thoughts and prayers go to Co... READ MORE

Loebsack Introduces Legislation to Protect Iowans’ Access to Healthcare Coverage

June 02, 2017 PRESS RELEASE

Amid reports that Iowans who rely on healthcare insurance purchased through a state's exchange could be left without any options for coverage, Congressman Dave Loebsack today introduced legislation to protect Iowans where no coverage options may be a... READ MORE

Loebsack: New CBO Score Reaffirms Republicans’ Healthcare Repeal Plan Will Rip Coverage from Millions of Americans

May 24, 2017 PRESS RELEASE

Congressman Dave Loebsack released the following statement today after the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its newest analysis of the plan Republicans passed through the House to repeal healthcare coverage. The report concluded... READ MORE

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Always great meeting with the Pella Chamber

June 21, 2017 FACEBOOK

folks to talk about their priorities! Even more excited for my afternoon snack of the Dutch Letters they leave behind!

Honored to speak at Coralville's American

June 20, 2017 FACEBOOK

Legion Veterans Town Hall Meeting last evening. Great event to connect with our veterans to answer question and provide assistance to those who served.

Very saddened by today's events. Thoughts

June 14, 2017 FACEBOOK

with Rep. Scalise, staffers and law enforcement who were injured.

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