ICAN Media Center

June 10, 2011

Constituents In The Current And Future 4th Congressional District Express Concern That They’re Going “Out Of The Frying Pan And Into The Fire”

Business Owners, Physicians, Citizens Challenge Representatives Latham And King To Support Medicare & Medicaid For Seniors, Middle-Class Families Instead Of Tax Breaks For Super-Rich & Big

May 25, 2011

Report: Invert State Tax Structures To Eliminate State Budget Deficits

United for a Fair Economy Releases Flip It to Fix It: An Immediate, Fair Solution to State Budget Shortfalls, Documents Current Regressive State Tax Structures

September 22, 2010

Iowa And Illinois Advocates Educate Quad City Residents About New Health Care Law Six Months In

Report Shows Positive Effect on Iowa Economy and Job Growth as New Health Law Sends $9.5 Billion to Health Centers

September 14, 2010

Report: U.S. Senate's Inaction On Clean Energy Bill Costing U.S. 1.9 Million Jobs, Nearly 600,000 In States With Worst Unemployment Numbers

With U.S. Losing $260 Million a Day in Clean Energy Investments, More Than Half a Million Jobs Forfeited in 10 States With 10 Percent Unemployment or Higher

June 30, 2010

ICAN and AFR on Cloture Being Filed In the Senate

As the conference committee proceeds in the final stages of writing the financial regulatory reform bill, Iowans joined community leaders in 25 cities to deliver petitions today from thousands of constituents to members of Congress, urging them to pass historic Wall Street reform legislation now.

June 30, 2010

Iowa Residents and Activists Call on Senator Charles Grassley to Vote for Wall Street Reform

As the conference committee proceeds in the final stages of writing the financial regulatory reform bill, Iowans joined community leaders in 25 cities to deliver petitions today from thousands of constituents to members of Congress, urging them to pass historic Wall Street reform legislation now.

June 23, 2010

Iowans Send Message to Members of Congress: Main Street Has Its Eye on Wall Street Reform

As the conference committee proceeds in the final stages of writing the financial regulatory reform bill, Iowans joined community leaders in 25 cities to deliver petitions today from thousands of constituents to members of Congress, urging them to pass historic Wall Street reform legislation now.

June 3, 2010

Iowa Main Street Alliance Members Say Thank You To Senators Grassley and Harkin

A Vote for Financial Reform is a Vote for Main Street

May 21, 2010

What Wall Street Reform Means

Key Provisions Go a Long Way Preventing Another Financial Crisis

May 20, 2010

Senator Grassley Votes to Filibuster Comprehensive Financial Reform Despite Support of 60% of Americans

Iowa Citizen Action Network Strongly Supports Financial Reform and Calls on Grassley to Put the Needs of Main Street Above Wall Street

April 5, 2010

Iowans To Thank Rep. Boswell For His Historic Health Care Vote

Iowans will have the opportunity to thank Representative Leonard Boswell personally for his historic vote on health care reform. .

March 24, 2010

Iowa Main Street Alliance Members to Attend President Obama’s Speech in Iowa City Thursday

A delegation of Iowa small business owners has been invited to attend the President’s speech on health reform scheduled for Thursday afternoon in Iowa City. As members of the Iowa Main Street Alliance, these business owners represent over 500 small businesses in Iowa who have been working for health care reform for the past 20 months.

March 24, 2010

Iowa Reform Advocates Celebrate Health Care Bill-Signing with Rally and March

On Thursday March 25th at 10:00 am, in advance of President Obama's Iowa City visit, supporters of the newly enacted national health care reform legislation will rally with signs and chanting at the Iowa City Pedestrian Mall -- on the corner of College and Dubuque Streets.

March 22, 2010

Iowa Health Care For America Now And Partners Thank Congressmen For Voting To Pass Health Care Reform

With Historic "Yes" Vote, Representatives Boswell, Braley, and Loebsack Prove They Listen to Iowans and Are Willing to Stand Up for Them

March 5, 2010

Iowa Citizen Action Network & Health Care For America Now Statement On President Obama's Commitment To Heath Care Reform

Iowa Citizen Action Network as part of Health Care for America Now released this statement today following President Obama's remarks on health insurance reform.

February 17, 2010

Iowans Rally for Health Care Reform: We Voted for Change. Get It Done!

Demand Congress Listen to Voters, Not the Insurance Companies. Hundreds of Iowans from all walks of life arrived at the State Capitol with one demand in common: Health Care Reforms Now! Citizen groups from Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, Davenport and Iowa City converged on the State Capitol to act and stand in solidarity.

January 22, 2010

Health Care Supporters Call on Rep. Braley To Finish Reform Now and Finish It Right

Iowa Residents and Businesses to Demonstrate Need For Good, Affordable Health Care Still Urgent

January 22, 2010

Health Care Supporters Call on Rep. Boswell To Finish Reform Now and Finish It Right

Iowa Residents and Businesses to Demonstrate Need For Good, Affordable Health Care Still Urgent

January 20, 2010

Iowa Health Care for America Now Reacts to Massachusetts Special Election Results

Need for Good, Affordable Health Care Is Same Today As It Was Yesterday

January 14, 2010

Small Business Owners Call For Congressional Hearings Into Ahip/U.S. Chamber "Fraud"

Today, small business owners from the Iowa Main Street Alliance joined small business coalitions across the country to call on Congress to hold hearings into the scope and extent of the "fraud" perpetrated by the health insurance industry through their trade group America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

December 16, 2009

Media Advisory: Des Moines Forum to Reveal Current State of Health Reform
Former VP of CIGNA is Blowing the Whistle on Insurance Companies

On Friday December 18th at 7:00 pm, Wendell Potter will be the featured speaker at a health care forum that poses the question, “What is the status of national health care reform now?”

November 24, 2009

Iowa Health Care for America Now Thanks Senator Harkin for Voting to Proceed; Denounces Senate Republicans' Attempt to Block Debate

The Iowa Citizen Action Network (ICAN) as part of Health Care for America Now (HCAN)released a statement thanking Senator Harkin for voting for -- and criticizing Senator Grassley for voting against -- the motion to proceed which allows the Senate to debate health care reform legislation on the floor.

November 12, 2009

Iowans Thank Rep. Boswell for Health Care Vote & Urge Senator Harkin to Champion Reform in Senate

On Thursday, November 12th, local residents gathered at Simon Estes Amphitheater--near Representative Boswell's office--to thank him for siding with his constituents and not the health insurance industry by voting to pass the House health care bill last Saturday night.

November 10, 2009

New TV Ad: Health Care for America Now Thanks Representative Boswell for Historic Vote to Pass Health Care Reform

AFSCME Iowa Council 61 and the Iowa Citizen Action Network launched a new television ad today to publicly thank Representative Leonard Boswell (IA-3) for his historic 'yes' vote on the House of Representatives' health care bill--the Affordable Health Care for America Act (H.R. 3962).

November 8, 2009

Iowa Health Care for America Now Thanks Representatives Boswell, Braley, and Loebsack for Historic Votes on Health Reform Bill

Congressmen Boswell, Braley, and Loebsack have taken a great step for the people of Iowa in voting "yes" to pass the House's Affordable Health Care for America Act.

November 5, 2009

Sen. Grassley Raised More Than $150,000 Over the Summer From Health Care and Insurance Interests

Iowa and national campaign finance watchdogs ask: Who does Grassley represent?

October 30, 2009

Iowa Main Street Alliance: Iowans to "fly-in" to Washington DC for Health Care Reform

Iowa Main Street Alliance members to join with over 100 small business owners to make their voices heard on health care reform

October 16, 2009

Iowa Main Street Alliance: Iowa small business owners talk health care reform with Sen. Harkin

Iowa Main Street Alliance members participate in "Health Care Reality Tour" to highlight importance of health reform for small business and the local economy

October 13, 2009

"Stand Up For Main Street, Not K Street"; Iowa Small Businesses Push Public Option

Iowa Main Street Alliance business owners participate in Health Care Reality Tour with staff from Representative Loebsack's office.

August 12, 2009

Congressman Loebsack and Iowa Health Care for America Now Release Benefits of House Health Reform Bill

Press Conference Details Positive Impact of America's Affordable Health Choices Act On Local Small Businesses, Providers and Families.

July 22, 2009

Iowa Citizen Action Network: To unveil revenue proposals to fund comprehensive health care reform

Surcharge for the wealthiest Americans, Medicare tax reform, limiting itemized deductions could pay for quality, affordable health care for all with a robust public option -- while affecting few taxpayers.

July 16, 2009

Iowa Citizen Action Network: Report highlights need for racial justice in health care reform

New report highlights need for racial justice in health care reform. Iowa Health Care for America Now details health disparities and emphasizes opportunity for equality in legislation.

July 15, 2009

Iowa Health Care for America Now: New report to highlight need for racial justice in health care reform

Media conference call to release new report highlights need for racial justice in health care reform. Iowa Health Care for America Now details health disparities and emphasizes opportunity for equality in legislation.

Your Weekly Paper | June 28, 2011

Forum talks affordable health care for rural areas

Covers the rural and small business health care meeting in Grinnell.

Ames Tribune | June 24, 2011
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Letter to the editor from Main Street Alliance member asking people to call Tom Latham and protect Medicare.

Ames Tribune | April 27, 2011

Op-ed: Ryan plan is a road to ruin

ICAN's Amy Logsdon on the Ryan budget and what it means for Iowa.

Ames Tribune | September 25, 2010

Guest commentary: Getting us back on track

ICAN and Iowa Main Street Alliance placed small business guest opinion on taxes in Saturday's Ames Tribune

Quad-Cities Online | September 23, 2010

Advocates say health care reform means better benefits, more coverage

Wednesday, at Community Health Care, Inc., in Davenport, Josephine Underwood, Campaign for Better Health Care's downstate organizing coordinator, said the reform means 32 million more people will have health insurance.

WQAD.com | September 23, 2010

Quad City supporters and opponents weigh in on health care reform

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act gather to talk about the changes on Wednesday. Changes that will expand community health centers over the next five years. That will double the patient load to 40 million across the country.

Quad-City Times | September 23, 2010

Health-care advocates praise new provisions

The legislation promotes economic justice, according to Amy Logsdon, with the Iowa Citizen Action Network, Iowa City. More people with insurance coverage means an individual can more easily receive care at a medical clinic and turn around to purchase goods and services.

NPR.org | September 23, 2010

Health Insurance Changes Come Too Late for Some

Chris Peterson is all too familiar with the practice. The Clear Lake, Iowa, hog farmer not only had his health insurance policy rescinded in 2007, but several months later, his wife's policy was rescinded as well.

Wall Street Journal Online | September 23, 2010

Small Businesses Prepare for Heath-Care Changes

Mr. Grgurich says he wasn't worried about the lack of coverage until he realized it could be "disastrous" to his start-up, Foundry Coworking LLC, a provider of collaborative office space in Des Moines, Iowa, "even if I broke a small bone."

DesMoinesRegister.com | July 14, 2010

Forum answers questions about health insurance reform

The forum was held by the Iowa Main Street Alliance, which is doing outreach and education for small-business owners around the state.

DesMoinesRegister.com | July 13, 2010

Citizen action group in DM to urge financial reform today

Iowans with finish-line tape will urge U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley to “get financial reform across the finish line” today.

DesMoinesRegister.com | June 24, 2010

Guest column: Urge protection for Main Street with financial reform

Business owners with the same questions gathered at a roundtable discussion organized by the Iowa Mainstreet Alliance on Monday night.

Daily Iowan | June 15, 2010

Small businesses to receive some benefits from Obama’s healthcare reform

Business owners with the same questions gathered at a roundtable discussion organized by the Iowa Mainstreet Alliance on Monday night.

Reuters.com | May 26, 2010

Main Street Alliance offers alternative voice for small business

Our own ReShonda Young from Waterloo is profiled in this report.

WHO-TV | April 9, 2010

FULL DISCLOSURE: New rules for campaign finance disclosure in Iowa

The state's campaign finance disclosure is good, but not good enough

KWQC 6 | March 29, 2010

President Visits Iowa City

President Obama stopped in Iowa City to celebrate passage of health care reform.

The Press-Citizen | March 25, 2010

Supporters, protestors flock to Field House (removed by source)

Amy Logsdon, political director for the Iowa Citizen Action Network, said Thursday was the time to rally and march because "this is our victory."

New York Times | March 23, 2010

Group Calls for Iowa Insurance Rate Reform

Senior advocates pushed Iowa lawmakers Tuesday to revive a measure designed to give consumers a greater voice in decisions about whether to increase health insurance rates.

DesMoinesRegister.com | March 18, 2010

Tax loopholes and credits eroding state budget, group says

Iowa lawmakers need to focus more upon corporate tax loopholes and tax credits instead of cutting services to Iowans, the Coalition for a Better Iowa (ICAN is a member) said today.

Gazette Online | March 18, 2010

Capitol Digest: Revenue Repair Kit

The Coalition for a Better Iowa (ICAN is a member) urged state lawmakers to consider addressing a state budget shortfall from the revenue side rather than focusing solely on spending cuts to balance the fiscal 2011 ledger.

DesMoinesRegister.com | March 18, 2010

Call for Wellmark rate review questioned

Betty Ahrens, director of consumer watchdog group Iowa Citizen Action Network, said her group applauds Culver for calling for review. She's concerned about the close ties between INS Consulting and the state...

Quad-Cities Online | March 11, 2010

Quad-Citians stand up for health care by lying down

"Visualize what it actually means when we say people are dying prematurely from a lack of being able to access affordable, quality health insurance."

DesMoinesRegister.com | March 8, 2010

‘No one will go without food … because of the loss of a business tax credit,’ activist group says

Iowa legislators need to curb tax breaks to save money for services for vulnerable Iowans and to prevent cuts in teachers, human services field workers and other state jobs, an activist group that ICAN is part of said today.

RadioIowa | March 8, 2010

Group says legislators should close tax credit “loophole”

The recently-formed “Coalition for a Better Iowa”, which ICAN is a member, is calling on legislators to close “loopholes” which they say let businesses claim millions in unwarranted tax credits.

DesMoinesRegister.com | February 17, 2010

Pass health care reform now, groups insist

A group health care reform advocates gathered at the Capitol today to demand congressional and state action.

DesMoinesRegister.com | February 17, 2010

Noon health rally at the Capitol

Several groups will rally at noon at the Capitol to “send a message to Congress that it’s time to deliver” health care reform.

DesMoinesRegister.com | January 25, 2010

2 Iowans help push health debate

ICAN's Amy Logsdon quoted on making our voices heard on health care.

IowaPolitics.com | January 13, 2010

Coalition for a Better Iowa: New coalition to seek 'balanced approach' on state finances

ICAN is a statewide coalition member of One Iowa.

KCCI.com | January 6, 2010

150,000 Iowans To Oppose Marriage Constitutional Change

ICAN is a statewide coalition member of One Iowa.

Quad-City Times | December 15, 2009

Panel hears arguments for, against Iowa tax credits

The problem, according to Amy Logsdon, political director of the Iowa Citizen Action Network, is that from 2006-11 state revenues have remained basically flat while tax credits have increased from $144 million to $497 million.

DesMoinesRegister.com | December 15, 2009

Tax credit hearing draws comment from both sides

Amy Logsdon with the Iowa Citizen Action Network says tax incentives should not be a priority because there’s a half billion dollar gap in the state budget.

DesMoinesRegister.com | December 15, 2009

Tax credit secrets problematic?

Iowans have a right to know which businesses obtain tax credits, some speakers at a hearing going on in Cedar Raids[sic] have said.

Washington Post | November 30, 2009

Even if health bill passes soon, wait for reforms could be long

The bill the Senate begins debating this week could be setting Americans up for disappointment: Some of the main reforms would not take place for several years, and even when they do, some observers, including ICAN executive director Betty Ahren, say, the bill does too little to make sure they would be enforced.

Little Village | November 24, 2009

Local Group Talks Campaign Finance Reform for Iowa

With the 2010 elections right around the corner, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, along with ICAN, is taking aim at Iowa campaign finance reform by lobbying for both campaign contribution limits and a public financing option for state politicians.

Bleeding Heartland | November 24, 2009

USDA names Iowa Farm Service Agency committee members

Matt Russell former ICAN community organizer is among five USDA appointees to the Iowa Farm Service Agency State Committee.

Chicago Page One Examiner.com | November 17, 2009

Small business owners crash today's insurance lobby conference in Chicago

Small business owners from across the country, including ReShonda Young of Alpha Express, Waterloo, Iowa, are crashing today's fall conference of the health insurance lobby in downtown Chicago.

WCFCourier.com | November 11, 2009

Despite Capitol jeers, Braley proud of stance

And a captioned photo

The Iowa Independent | October 19, 2009

Harkin touts health reform advantages for small businesses

U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin met with several small business owners this weekend to draw attention to the benefits of health care reform for those owners and the self-employed.

Who TV.com | October 16, 2009

Health Costs: Small Businesses Struggle to Provide Coverage

Senator Tom Harkin met with Central Iowans at Hiland Park Hardware in Des Moines Friday to talk about health care reform.

Radio Iowa | October 16, 2009

Harkin takes pitch for health care on the road

As debate continues in Washington on health reform legislation, Iowa small business owners will tell their stories to Senator Harkin on Friday and Saturday during "Health Care Reality Tour".

KCRG TV9 | October 13, 2009

News at Midday

Iowa Main Street Alliance members are participating in a "health care reality tour." Their goal is to show how the health reform can affect small business and the local economy.

KCCI.com | September 2, 2009

Health Care Reform Backers Rally In DM

About 140 people frustrated with health insurance companies said they want lawmakers to know that they support a public option.

New York Times | September 1, 2009

Small-Business Group Forges an Alliance for Health Care Reform

After years on the sidelines of the health care debate, progressive small-business owners held rallies and news conferences and showed commercials to shore up sympathetic legislators.

Globe Gazette | August 26, 2009

Boswell: Democrats should move forward on health care without GOP if necessary

Boswell said he is hopeful meaningful health care reform can pass with bipartisan support, but indicated Democrats should move forward without the help of GOP lawmakers if that is what it takes.

Iowa Insider | August 25, 2009

Boswell: Democrats should move forward with health care reform without Republicans if they have to

KGAN CBS 2 | August 12, 2009

Video: Congressman Dave Loebsack speaks out as he gets ready for a series of town hall meetings on health care. (link removed by source)

KWWL.com | August 12, 2009

Health care reform debate heats up in Eastern Iowa

Gazette Online | August 12, 2009

Health care protesters rally outside Loebsack's office in Iowa City.

Quad-City Times | August 7, 2009

Group: Health care reform would help thousands of uninsured

Quad-City Times | August 3, 2009

Health-care debate expected to heat up in Iowa

Health care protesters rally outside Loebsack's office in Iowa City.

Popular Progressive Blog | July 23, 2009

Three Ways to Pay For Health Care Without Hurting the Hurting

Iowa Senate News | July 23, 2009

Iowa Citizen Action Network to unveil revenue proposals to fund comprehensive health care reform

IowaPolitics.com | July 16, 2009

Report: minorities have tougher time getting insurance

IowaPolitics.com | July 16, 2009

Sen. Hatch: Report shows Iowa minorities adversely impacted by health system

IowaPolitics.com | July 15, 2009

Iowa Health Care for America Now: New report to highlight need for racial justice in health care reform

KCAUTV.com | July 15, 2009

Comment by Iowa Senator Sparks Controversy

KPTH Fox 44 News | July 15, 2009

Grassley job application

Blog for Iowa | July 15, 2009

Want health care as good as Senator Grassley's? Apply for a job with the federal government!

Grassley job application action making the rounds on Iowa blogs

Bleeding Heartland | July 15, 2009

Follow Grassley's advice to find affordable health care

Grassley job application action making the rounds on Iowa blogs

The Iowa Independent | July 16, 2009

Can grassroots groups influence Grassley?

Progressives hope to pressure Iowa's senior senator on health care reform.

Quad City Times | June 16, 2009

Health-care forums to be held

Federal Health Reform Provides Critical Long-Term Help to States

Residents and governments of the 50 states and the District of Columbia will receive $849 billion in new federal funding for health coverage over the next decade under proposed federal health reform legislation.

Downcast Unemployment Forecast: Targeted Job Creation Policies Necessary to Offset Grim 2010 Projections (PDF)

The Economic Policy Institute's report on the unemployment crisis that compares where we were in 2007 when the recession began with where we were at the end of the third quarter in 2009 and where we expect to be at the end of the third quarter of 2010 when many expect unemployment to peak.

Main Street Policy Pulse: Small Business Views On Financial Reform (PDF)

Based on a survey of 1,237 small business owners from 13 states, this report assesses participating small businesses’ experiences with the economic recession and evaluates Main Street business owners’ views on financial reform. The survey found strong support among participating small business owners for financial reform and creation of a consumer financial protection agency.

Main Street Policy Pulse: Small Business Views On Financial Reform - Iowa Snapshot (PDF)

In Iowa, 101 small business owners participated in the survey on financial issues and financial reform. Respondents overwhelmingly believe that Congress should pass strong financial reforms, financial reforms are needed to ensure accountability on Wall Street, promote fair access to credit for small businesses and prevent another collapse. They also support creation of a Consumer Financial Protection Agency to supervise all bank and non-bank lenders.

American Jobs Plan: A Five Point Plan to Stem the US Jobs Crisis

The Economic Policy Institute proposes the American Jobs Plan, a plan that would create at least 4.6 million jobs in one year.

Center for Community Change's Community Jobs Program (PDF)

A central component of the Jobs for American Now coalition’s 5-point plan is direct job creation through the public sector. The Community Jobs Program developed by the Center for Community Change and other coalition partners puts $40 billion in federal investment to work rebuilding communities and restoring dignity to families.

National Minimum Medical Loss Ratio Would Save Tens of Billions of Dollars For Businesses, Individuals

A Main Street Alliance Report. A new minimum medical loss ratio and requirements that health insurance plans conform to standardized benefits packages would save significant sums and end industry practices to game the system and sidestep legitimate medical costs.

What Health Care Reform Really Looks Like: Health Reform (under House Bill, HR 3200)

In light of all the lies, distortions, and misinformation that have been spread about health care reform, Health Care for America Now has created a chart to show how the health care system would really work under America's Affordable Health Choices Act.

Three Proposals to Pay for Health Care Reform: Impacts on People in Your State

Iowa Citizen Action Network and Citizens for Tax Justice released a new report that lays out options for paying for quality, affordable health care reform that includes a public health insurance option.

Health Insurance Coverage in Iowa Keeps Shrinking as Premiums, Family Costs Continue Climbing

Skyrocketing premiums and out-of-pocket medical costs are battering family budgets, eroding U.S. competitiveness in the global economy and threatening the American standard of living.

BAD MEDICINE: The President's Medicaid Regulations Will Weaken Iowa's Economy

FamiliesUSA's April 2008 report outlines not only the potential human impact of these regulations, particularly on children and people with disabilities, but also how the regulations will cause serious and quantifiable harm to state economies.

Failing Grades: State Consumer Protections in the Individual Health Insurance Market

Iowa's state consumer protections for individuals in the health insurance market lead to the growing problem of the uninsured.

First Things First

The proposed 2008 budget released by the President will have far reaching impacts on Iowans if enacted.

Are We Investing in our Children?

A State of the State Report on Iowa's Children.

Are We Investing in our Workers?

A State of the State Report on Iowa's Workers.

Does Work Pay?

A report on the status of housing affordability in Iowa, from the Iowa Coalition on Housing and the Homeless.

We Must Invest in Iowa's Future

ICAN and USAction release report demonstrating that new investments in the areas of education, health care, and energy policy are necessary to address the unmet needs of Iowans.

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