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Posts Tagged ‘Iowa’s budget’

How We Can Fight Branstad’s Bad Budget Plan

Taking on Branstad’s Bad Budget Plan: The Truth about Iowa’s Budget and Tax Policy

https://Taking on Branstad’s Budget

There is an important role for our government to play and it needs to be funded (and allocated) fairly.

Join us  Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012 7:00 – 8:00 pm  for this webinar opportunity with special guests David Osterberg & Peter Fisher from the Iowa Policy Project   

Learn how progressives in Iowa – from labor and teachers to factory farm fighters and environmentalists – can flip the narrative and go on offense to ensure we have a state budget that fully supports our vision of a “People First” Iowa. And, a state budget that ensures giant corporations and the super wealthy pay their fair share.

During this webinar you’ll learn:

• What’s at stake when elected officials talk “budget” “government” and “spending”.

• Our state’s fiscal situation and how to debunk the myths of “out of control government” and “high taxes” in Iowa.

• How we can unify around a “People First” narrative that supports all of our issues.

Iowa CCI Action staff will also share the biggest challenges we’ll be up against at the statehouse and the exciting opportunities we have to work together to get action on our big vision this year.

Ready to help take on Branstad’s bad budget plan and corporate agenda?

Click here to register now