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Guns Rights Divide Candidates in Upcoming Iowa Senate Race

5 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Outdoorhub

Vying for a United States Senate seat in Iowa this fall are two farmers, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, and former Lt. Gov. Patty Judge. Though each may be planting their own unique seed of hope, what is expected to grow from...Show More Summary

Senators Say EB-5 Visas Should Be Fixed — or Deep-Sixed

Sens. Chuck Grassley and Patrick Leahy have been struggling for over a year to win support for an overhaul of the EB-5 visa program, which gives green cards to up to 10,000 foreign investors a year. Now they say they would rather see the program die than continue as is.

Iowa Senate: Where do Chuck Grassley and Patty Judge Stand on Abortion?

Every election year, National Right to Life publishes downloadable comparison flyers about the various Senate candidates. The downloadable version for Iowa’s “Where do the Senate Candidates Stand on Life?” is available here. The candidates have very different views on abortion. Here is an overview of their positions on abortion-related issues. Click here to sign up […]

Right-wing billionaire on the Supreme Court? Why not, says Trump

Hey Mitch McConnell and Chuck Grassley—was this what you had in mind when you decided that  Donald Trump should get to pick the next Supreme Court justice? Donald Trump has made it clear he will nominate Peter Thiel to the Supreme Court...Show More Summary

Chuck Grassley tries to pin blame for SCOTUS obstruction on Iowa voters

Sen. Chuck Grassley is not impressing the local media either with his behavior in blockading Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, or with his excuses for that behavior. Last week, Iowa’s senior senator, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary...Show More Summary

Iowa Republican Senator Grassley Defies Trump On Wind

Sen. Chuck Grassley: Trump can get rid of wind energy ‘over my dead body’ Michael Walsh, August 30, 2016 (Yahoo News) “Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the author of the original wind energy tax credit in 1992, said a hypothetical President Trump wouldn’t be able to get rid of wind power in the U.S. Show More Summary

NRA A+Rated Sen. Chuck Grassley Needs Your Vote in November

Grassley’s support of the Second Amendment is unquestioned, including his leadership as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. This post NRA A+Rated Sen. Chuck Grassley Needs Your Vote in November appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Chuck Grassley proves again that he's unfit to be in charge of the federal judiciary

Sen. Chuck Grassley finally came out of his undisclosed location in Iowa to talk to actual people. The Sioux City Rotary Club, to be exact, where he said that Donald Trump could definitely be president and Hillary Clinton is just asShow More Summary

GOP senator rips Trump over wind energy

4 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley says he won't let his party's nominee get rid of wind power in the U.S.

Grassley Says Lame Duck Hearings for Garland Are a Possibility

Shortly after Justice Antonin Scalia died unexpected in February, Senate Republicans announced plans to block whomever President Barack Obama nominated to fill the vacancy. “It only makes sense,” Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley...Show More Summary

Chuck Grassley Says He Could Be Persuaded To Hold Lame Duck Hearing For Merrick Garland

4 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ? Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, appears to have softened his stance on holding confirmation hearings for Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court. Grassley said in May the Senate should not consider a nominee until the day the next president is sworn in. Show More Summary

Republican Senator Grassley refuses to be photographed with Trump

At a Saturday Iowa event, Grassley avoided the stage so as not to be in a photograph with Trump. While Donald Trump was speaking, Iowa Republican officials came on stage to stand with him, with one notable exception. Sen. Chuck Grassley refused to be photographed with Trump. Show More Summary

Chuck Grassley won't talk to Iowa voters in person, but will spend a cool million on TV ads

Iowa Democrat Patty Judge has her first television ads up in Iowa against Sen. Chuck Grassley. She's got about $55,000 behind them for broadcast television, and about the same amount for cable. They're good, funny ads, and they're about...Show More Summary

That 400% EpiPen Price Hike Could Hit Your Wallet Even If You Don’t Need One

News of EpiPen price increases have been in the news following reports that the medication is retailing for as much as $500 a pop. Now, Sen. Chuck Grassley is concerned that the hike may hit consumers elsewhere - in the wallet come tax time.

As Congress Prepares To Crackdown On Epipen Price Increases, A Problem Has Emerged

Two days ago we reported that as Congressional anger mounts in this year's episode of "pin runaway healthcare spending on the evil pharmaceutical company", politicians like Chuck Grassley, Bernie Sanders, and countless more, slammedShow More Summary

Patty Judge goes for humor in her first general election television ads against Chuck Grassley

Iowa Democrat Patty Judge released her first general election television ads against Sen. Chuck Grassley Tuesday, showing a pointed and funny side that could very well ease Iowans into the idea of finally booting the incumbent. In an emailed press release, Judge says: "He isn't the same Chuck Grassley that Iowans used to vote for. Show More Summary

The maker of the EpiPen is tanking after it was called out for hiking the drug's price by over 500%

Mylan Pharmaceuticals, the company that makes the emergency allergy medication EpiPen, is under pressure. The drugmaker's stock is down 4% Tuesday. That's after Sens. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut wrote...Show More Summary

It's 2016, so of course Chuck Grassley touts 'bipartisanship' in Republican weekly address

The Trumpism, it's catching. You know Chuck Grassley? The guy who as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee has been refusing for 147 days to give President Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court a hearing? Here's how he describes that. "Republicans and Democrats can work together. Show More Summary

Chuck Grassley breaks recess silence with whiny Zika defense

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

It's been a pretty quiet few weeks for Sen. Chuck Grassley, what with the Senate being out of session and no reporters asking him every day about either Donald Trump or his Supreme Court nominee blockade (it's been 140 days, by the way, since Merrick Garland was nominated). Show More Summary

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