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State negotiators on Monday offered 1 percent across-the-board wage increases for each of the next two fiscal years to union leaders representing social and scientific... [Read More]
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Gov. Kim Reynolds and legislators face another relatively tight budget year, but not the prospects for more midyear shortfalls thanks to continued strength in an... [Read More]
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Attorneys for Iowa's two largest public employee unions asked the state's highest court Wednesday to strike down changes in collective bargaining laws they say unconstitutionally... [Read More]
Gov. Kim Reynolds said Tuesday she plans to hold the first meeting of her 16-member teachers' cabinet next month as a way to elevate their... [Read More]
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Gov. Kim Reynolds said Tuesday she plans to hold the first meeting of her 16-member teachers' cabinet next month as a way to elevate their... [Read More]
The changes inside Gov. Kim Reynolds' evolving administration continued Tuesday with the governor announcing she was naming Sara Craig Gongol to begin serving Saturday as... [Read More]
Newly installed Iowa Supreme Court Associate Justice Susan Christensen is living the dream. [Read More]
Iowa school districts have the local authority to arm classroom teachers and school personnel as a way to deter school shooting incidents, but the state's... [Read More]
Newly installed Iowa Supreme Court Associate Justice Susan Christensen is living the dream. [Read More]
Most Iowa farmers are weathering the economic hit brought on by international trade and tariff wars, but crop and livestock producers worried at Friday's Iowa... [Read More]
Iowa school districts have the local authority to arm classroom teachers and school personnel as a way to deter school shooting incidents, but the state's... [Read More]
Most Iowa farmers are weathering the economic hit brought on by international trade and tariff wars, but crop and livestock producers worried at Friday's Iowa... [Read More]
Most Iowa farmers are weathering the economic hit brought on by international trade and tariff wars, but crop and livestock producers worried at Friday's Iowa... [Read More]
Iowa is making incremental progress in improving the state's water quality, but the funding being dedicated to the problem is woefully inadequate to reduce the... [Read More]
CEDAR RAPIDS - Iowa is making incremental progress in improving the state's water quality, but the funding being dedicated to the problem is woefully inadequate... [Read More]
The head of Iowa's Department of Human Services said Thursday there has been progress in delivering services to Medicaid members through a privately managed system... [Read More]
Erin Davison-Rippey of Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, at left, Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood's political action committee, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred... [Read More]
Electing Democrat Fred Hubbell to be Iowa's next governor in November could be "a game changer" for women seeking to push back against GOP-led efforts... [Read More]
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says 2018 is a "big year" for Democrats to rebound in state-level races because governors elected to new four-year terms... [Read More]
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says 2018 is a 'big year' for Democrats to rebound in state-level races because governors elected to new four-year terms... [Read More]
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