One positive aspect of Congressman Steve King’s new schedule in the 116th Congress is that it has freed him from attending hearings organized and run by liberal Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s handpicked House Democrats. Many of these upcoming hearings will be designed to do little more than promote the Democrat’s unpopular “Never Trump” agenda.
The Congressman’s ability to personally meet with, hear directly from and quickly intervene on behalf of Iowans who have made the trip to Washington D.C. to discuss their important concerns has been strengthened by recent events.
Today, Congressman King was able to meet personally with individuals representing the Iowa Bankers Association, the Iowa Postmasters, the Iowa Association of School Boards, and Duane Pitcher, Director of Finance for the City of Ames during time that would previously have been unavailable due to today’s scheduled committee activity.
King meets with Iowa Bankers Association:
Congressman Steve King and Iowa Bankers Association representatives meet to discuss tax and regulatory issues affecting the industry.
King meets with Iowa Postmasters:
Congressman Steve King and Iowa Postmasters take a photo in front of a corn stalk in the Congressman’s office.
King meets with Iowa Association of School Boards:
Congressman Steve King meets with Iowa Association of School Board members to discuss reauthorizing the Individuals with Disabilities Act.
King meets with Duane Pitcher, Director of Finance for the City of Ames:
Congressman Steve King met today with Duane Pitcher, Director of Finance for the City of Ames.
King meets with National Federation of the Blind of Iowa:
Congressman Steve King meets with representatives of the National Federation of the Blind of Iowa.