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Fewer Young Iowans Committing Crimes, Enter Justice System

Fewer Young Iowans Committing Crimes, Enter Justice System

The Iowa Department of Human Rights’ Division of Criminal and Juvenile Justice Planning (CJJP) announced that fewer young Iowans are entering the juvenile justice system, accordin ...

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Democrats Urge Quick Action on National Guard Tuition Help

Democrats Urge Quick Action on National Guard Tuition Help

House Democrats today encouraged Republicans to take quick action on two bills to prevent tuition hikes on national guard members and improve safety at Iowa’s correctional institu ...

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Chief Justice Cady Addresses Legislature

Chief Justice Cady Addresses Legislature

Today, Chief Justice Mark Cady delivered the annual State of the Judiciary to a joint session of the Iowa House and Senate. Justice Cady is serving as the interim chief justice un ...

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Rep Kressig Named Iowa State Reserve Law Officer's 2010 Legislator of the Year

Rep Kressig Named Iowa State Reserve Law Officer's 2010 Legislator of the Year

The Iowa State Reserve Law Officers Association honored State Representative Bob Kressig with their 2010 “Legislator of the Year” award on September 8, 2010.  The award ceremony w ...

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New “Curb It-Click It” Campaign for Safe Roads

New “Curb It-Click It” Campaign for Safe Roads

Jointly with the Governor’s Office, the Departments of Transportation and Public Safety launched the “Curb It-Click It” campaign in an effort to make Iowa’s roads safer. This camp ...

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New Program to Help Domestic Violence Victims

New Program to Help Domestic Violence Victims

In a continued effort to protect victims of domestic violence,  The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has been chosen to participate in a ground-breaking two-year violence p ...

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Governor Culver Signs Bill Standardizing Weopon Permit Process

Governor Culver Signs Bill Standardizing Weopon Permit Process

Governor Chet Culver today signed into law Senate File 2379, legislation that standardizes the weapon permit process across Iowa. Iowa has historically been a "may issue" state, m ...

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