The funding allocations are expected to be announced in September
Articles Tagged: Gov. Kim Reynolds
Speaking to Iowa’s surging need for affordable housing to help meet its growing workforce demands, Gov. Kim Reynolds on Wednesday announced a new $100 million allocation to increase the state’s housing stock and protect Iowans’ ability to live in or near the communities in which they work.
By Clark Kauffman - Iowa Capital Dispatch
Health Care and Medicine Sep. 3, 2021 6:00 am
The regulatory relief comes at a time when the governor has declined to reinstate some of the mitigation efforts – like business and school closings, limits on public gatherings, restrictions on hours of operation – intended to slow the spread of the virus.
After months of decline following the winter spike, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are once again rising in Iowa and many other areas of the country. Both measures are higher than they have been since January, which was the tail end of the pandemic’s worst and deadliest stretch so far.
As Gov. Kim Reynolds announced she would send Iowa State Patrol troopers to the border with Mexico, the state’s top public safety leaders raised concerns whether her commitment would leave enough staff for “law enforcement obligations in Iowa” and run up a “significant cost for sending personnel out of state,” according to records obtained by The Gazette.
Tom Barton - Quad-City Times
State Government Aug. 18, 2021 7:43 am
“We have the capacity. We want to work with them to get them here,” Gov. Kim Reynolds said during a WHO-AM radio interview at the Iowa State Fair. “They’ve helped us, helped Americans, and we’re more than willing to help them relocate to Iowa.”
Gov. Kim Reynolds
Your Voices Aug. 10, 2021 5:02 am
The day after the storm hit, I was on the ground to survey the damage personally. I spoke directly with President Donald Trump to explain the scope of the devastation — a story the national press was not telling.