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I spoke with Brian Fancher at KLMJ in Hampton and Erin Sommers with the Pocahontas Record-Democrat. We discussed Inauguration Day and ethanol.

NEW VIDEO: Working for Iowans


As my time as Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee comes to a close, I spent time reflecting on some of the accomplishments of the committee and how they directly help Iowans.

Q&A: Insulin Pricing Gambit


Q: Why did you investigate insulin prices?

Q: What did the investigation find?

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National crisis calls for national unity, and in some ways for me that means business as usual. I’m focused on helping President Biden bring our country together, getting us through this pandemic and on the road to economic recovery.

I’m ready to work with President Biden where we agree on issues that matter to Iowans, particularly lowering prescription drug costs.

This week, the Senate Finance Committee unanimously advanced the nomination of Dr. Janet Yellen to be the Secretary of the Treasury.

It should also be noted that, in considering Dr. Yellen’s nomination, we have not organized any resistance campaign, vote boycott or personalized attacks on her character. Unfortunately, I cannot say that like treatment was afforded to all nominees of the prior administration.

Although Democrats will control the leadership reins of the first and second branches of the federal government for at least the next two years, they’d do well to lean in on a bit of Midwestern common sense that’s served me well on my family farm and in Congress: Don’t put the cart before the horse.

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