The Independent Women's Voice today joined the National Taxpayers Union (NTU) and over 60 policy leaders and advocacy groups from across the country in sending a letter to Congress urging them to draft and pass a comprehensive tax reform bill to simplify the tax code to spur job creation and drive U.S. competitiveness. READ MORE >>
Given that nine in ten African-American women voted for Democrats in 2014, it may be no surprise that a focus group of urban, female, African-Americans had mostly contempt for all things “Republican” or “conservative.” But what was shocking is that this group also, unprompted, uniformly opposed both extended unemployment benefits and a minimum wage increase, and volunteered conservative economic and moral arguments about their potentially destructive impact on job creation, costs, and conduct. READ MORE >>
IWV has been proud to be in the forefront of the battle against a government takeover of health care. IWV works tirelessly to highlight the consequences of government-run health care: higher health care costs, more bureaucracy, higher premiums, higher taxes, fewer job opportunities, less access to care, and lower quality of care.READ MORE >>
IWV enjoyed enormous success in races deemed tossup or worse, seeing opportunities in races others often dismissed as hopeless. We are proud to report a 91% success rate (11-1) in our major campaign initiatives over the last four years.READ MORE >>
Lead a discussion of some of the most important issues facing our country, by using these guides which break down the issue, provide solid facts and supporting data, and engaging quizzes and other interactive features to help get the conversation started!READ MORE >>
How much do you know about Congress's special exemption from ObamaCare?
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