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MATHIS: Capping insulin prices is a must
Liz Mathis Guest Column | Mason City Globe Gazette

It’s time to cap insulin prices; it’s a matter of life or death for Iowans Two bills with overwhelming bipartisan support passed the Iowa House in 2021. HF262 and HF263 together would allow pharmacists to refill lifesaving medicines in an emergency and cap insulin costs at $100. As a ranking member of the Senate Human […]

LOEBSACK: Liz Mathis will better represent the 2nd District
Jaci Smith | Globe Gazette

Iowans respect leaders who understand their struggles, advocate for a better Iowa, and stand up for what’s right and fair. That is exactly the type of leader Liz Mathis has been, as a journalist, a nonprofit leader and a legislator. As a former member of the U.S. House, I was disheartened to see freshman Congresswoman […]

Mathis visits Wartburg as part of MLK week
Community Newspaper Group

Liz Mathis, an Iowa State Senator who is running for Congress in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District, kicked off Martin Luther King Week meeting with Waverly constituents, Sunday, Jan. 16. Mathis attended a meet and greet hosted by Edie and Fred Waldstein and discussed keeping talent in Iowa, supporting Iowa’s farmers and the importance of access […]

Liz Mathis raises $1.19 million for campaign in 2021
KCRG

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – On Tuesday, Liz Mathis’ campaign reported that the Iowa State Senator and candidate for Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District has raised over $550,000 during the fourth quarter fundraising period of 2021, and $1.19 million total for the year. Mathis states that 85 percent of the campaign contributions have come from Iowans. […]

Bonus checks will not solve teacher shortages
Editorial by Liz Mathis | The Gazette

After watching Gov. Kim Reynolds’ Condition of the State speech last Tuesday, I felt compelled to write this guest editorial as a lifelong advocate for Iowa’s hardworking teachers and the children they educate, support and guide to be our next generation of leaders. While the gesture of a $1,000 bonus for a teacher is nice, […]

Mathis talks teachers, infrastructure in Eldora
Matthew Rezab | Times Citizen

Liz Mathis is hoping the changing of the district map in Iowa will give her a chance to flip a seat in Congress. The Democrat – who currently sits in the Iowa Senate – is challenging Republican Ashley Hinson in the newly formed second district, which now includes Hardin County. On Saturday, at the library […]