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Democrats Push to Keep Workforce Centers Open to Help Unemployed Iowans

Democrats Push to Keep Workforce Centers Open to Help Unemployed Iowans

Following Governor Branstad’s veto of language protecting Iowa’s Workforce Development offices, Democrats announced  they will be signing a petition calling for a special session ...

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Iowa Recognized for Friendly Business Environment

Iowa Recognized for Friendly Business Environment

A new CNBC study of top states for doing business ranks Iowa 9th in the county. The study ranked states by ten different factors, including: economy; business friendliness; cost o ...

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Seidl to Take on Speaker of the House and Run for House District 67

Seidl to Take on Speaker of the House and Run for House District 67

Cedar Rapids Democrat Mark Seidl announced today that he is running for the Iowa House of Representatives from House District 67. “I am disappointed in the leadership Kraig Paulse ...

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Stutsman to Run for State Representative in Johnson County

Stutsman to Run for State Representative in Johnson County

Sally Stutsman, Johnson County Supervisor, announces her intention to run for the Iowa State House of Representatives in the 2012 election. The redistricting process that was comp ...

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Greenwood Announces Run for State Representative

Greenwood Announces Run for State Representative

Waterloo City Councilman, Bob Greenwood, announced  that he will run for state representative in District 60, which includes parts of Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Hudson, and Black Hawk ...

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Des Moines Ranked First for Young Professionals

Des Moines Ranked First for Young Professionals

Des Moines was ranked number one by Forbes for best cities for young professionals despite the current national economic status. Iowa was cited for it's  high concentration for jo ...

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2011 New Laws Starting July 1st

2011 New Laws Starting July 1st

A number of new laws will go into effect on July 1, the start of the state’s fiscal year. Several changes were made during the 2011 legislative session that will affect Iowans, in ...

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