Finances should not be a barrier to justice.
So it is good to see the judicial branch actively seeking solutions to dwindling state and fede ... »
Civil forfeiture has been getting a lot of attention lately, with large-dollar seizures making headlines in Iowa and other states, and U.S. Attorne ... »
With the U.S. Senate’s unanimous consent last week, the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act headed to the White House for ... »
According to Iowa’s Constitution, the state’s seat of government is “fixed by law” at the city of Des Moines, while the ... »
Nearly 40 years after it was proposed, why do we still celebrate Black History Month?
Why keep remembering the shameful past, especially wh ... »
Iowa lawmakers spend a lot of time thinking up and debating ways for government to expand its reach. Most legislative sessions yield at least a few ... »