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DES MOINES — Iowa voters could get the chance to amend the state constitution with a requirement that any legislation seeking to change state income tax rates would need a two-thirds majority of both houses of the General Assembly to become law.

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DES MOINES -- Legislation that won bipartisan approval in the Iowa House will add a supplemental registration fee that, when fully phased in, will cost owners of electric vehicles an additional $130 a year.

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WEST UNION — An Elgin woman charged in the death of her infant daughter in August appears ready to change her plea.

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John Adams, the second President of the U.S., said on July 3, 1776, that Independence Day should be celebrated with “illuminations from one end of this continent to the other.”

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DES MOINES — A bill to allow people to carry stun guns on community college and regent university campuses was approved Tuesday by the Iowa House, 60-37.

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DES MOINES — The Iowa Senate voted 46-2 Tuesday to create a first-ever statewide children’s mental health system, sending Gov. Kim Reynolds one of her top priorities of the 2019 session.

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DES MOINES -- The Iowa Senate voted 46-2 Tuesday to create a first-ever statewide children’s mental health system, sending Gov. Kim Reynolds one of her top priorities of the 2019 session.

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DES MOINES — State Sen. Kevin Kenney, a Johnson County Democrat, has joined the list of those considering entering an open-seat congressional race in Iowa’s 2nd District. U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack, a Democrat, announced last week he will retire after this term.

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DES MOINES — A bill to allow people to carry stun guns on community college and regent university campuses was approved Tuesday by the Iowa House, 60-37.

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U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, making a stop in Muscatine on Tuesday to promote her presidential campaign, said that if America is to find solutions to its many challenges, people at the grass-roots level must stand up and force change in Washington.

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U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, making a stop in Muscatine on Tuesday to promote her presidential campaign, said that if America is to find solutions to its many challenges, people at the grass-roots level must stand up and force change in Washington.

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DES MOINES — The Iowa Senate voted 46-2 Tuesday to create the first statewide children’s mental health system, sending Gov. Kim Reynolds one of her top priorities of the 2019 session.

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DES MOINES — The Iowa Senate voted 46-2 Tuesday to create the first statewide children’s mental health system, sending Gov. Kim Reynolds one of her top priorities of the 2019 session.