Washington, D.C. – Rep. Bruce Braley (IA-01) today called on the Federal Emergency Management Administration’s (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate to visit Cedar Rapids on the five year anniversary of the 2008 flood that devastated parts of eastern Iowa.
While I deal with many issues every day in Congress, I’m particularly proud of my work to strengthen Iowa’s middle class and stand up for Iowa’s veterans. My key priorities in Congress include creating jobs, strengthening the economy, and investing in education.
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When most Americans think of Iowa, they think of rolling fields of corn. Our farmland is indeed picturesque, but it’s more than big skies and wide-open spaces. Our farms and our rural communities are the backbone of our state economy – and crucial contributors to our national economy. Iowans produce food, biofuels and grains that are used all over the world. I’m proud to represent Iowa farmers and agriculture and will continue to work in Congress on its behalf.
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