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Just before Halloween, the National Republican Congressional Committee released an ad saying “What’s scarier than Halloween? Democrats spending billions to hire an army of IRS agents to spy on your bank account.”
On Sept. 27, U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley stated a number of individuals making less than $400,000 a year could see tax increases under the Build Back Better Act. Is he correct?
An ad by advocacy group Tax March began airing last month in Iowa. One of the ad’s claims can be measured. But another is, at this point, speculation.
“We know that 80 percent of our growth in Cedar Rapids comes from existing businesses,” Cedar Rapids mayoral candidate Tiffany O’Donnell said. Is she correct?
Iowa GOP Chair Jeff Kaufmann says Democrat Liz Mathis voted against ‘largest tax cut in Iowa history.’
In a TV ad airing in Cedar Rapids and across the U.S., a pharmaceutical trade organization claims that proposed legislation to allow the federal government to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies on the cost of drugs would mean Medicare patients won’t be able to access the medications they need. But is that true?