King Photo Release: Iowa Is In The House!
Washington, D.C.- Congressman Steve King released the following photos documenting several of the highlights of a busy day spent meeting and working with Iowans on issues important to the state and his 4th District constituents.
Today’s work-day started off with Congressman King meeting the students of Le Mars Community Middle School on the House of Representative’s steps to welcome them to the nation’s capital.
King welcomes Le Mars Community Middle School students to the United States House of Representatives.
As a member of the House Agriculture Committee, and with the re-authorization of the Farm Bill pending, King was pleased to have the opportunity to meet today with representatives of the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association. The meeting featured a full discussion of King and the Iowa Cattlemen’s shared legislative priorities, which include promoting greater international trade of Iowa’s agricultural products.
Congressman Steve King (center) discusses the 2018 Farm Bill with the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association.
Fittingly, after meeting with producers who raise the food for our dinner tables, King met with representatives of those who make food available to consumers: the Iowa Grocery Industry Association.
Congressman Steve King (center) meets with Iowa Grocery Industry Association President Michelle Hurd, Keith’s Foods President, Brian Burnam, Fareway Stores C.E.O Reynolds Cramer, and Fareway Stores Vice President Garrett Piklapp.
Healthcare remains an issue that Iowans care deeply about, and Congressman King is a nationally recognized leader in the effort to fully repeal ObamaCare before it can permanently destroy America’s health care system. King had the opportunity today to sit down with members of the Iowa Pharmacy Association who are in town for their 2018 Congressional Pharmacy Summit.
Congressman Steve King discusses health care issues with members of the Iowa Pharmacy Association.
It was another productive day in D.C., and Iowa was truly in the House!