A note about comments on Iowa Policy Points

To our readers:

Short, fact-driven comments from the public may be accepted on Iowa Policy Points in response to posts by Iowa Policy Project staff members. These comments are screened, and may be edited for space — but if they are long and require extensive editing, they likely will not be posted. If you would like to comment on a post, the best advice is to keep the comment short, 100 or 150 words at the outside, and stick to the facts, rather than comments about personalities including political leaders. Our work is issue- and fact-based, and this blog is produced in the same spirit, to help provide factual perspective on the issues of the day.

The IPP Staff

 

Author: iowapolicypoints

The Iowa Policy Project is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that provides research and analysis to engage Iowans in state policy decisions. We focus on tax and busget issues, the Iowa economy, and energy and environmental policy. By providing a foundation of fact-based, objective research and engaging the public in an informed discussion of policy alternatives, IPP advances effective, accountable and fair government.

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