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Senate File 2239 makes financially exploiting vulnerable adults age 65 or older a crime ranging from a simple misdemeanor up to a class C felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Promoting a healthy Iowa is a stated priority of Gov. Terry Branstad. No doubt, since he has retaken office health and wellness have been near the top of the governor's agenda.
A west central Iowa county and city are the first to partner with the state for the initiative aimed at attacting job seeking veterans to Iowa.
"It was complete and utter disbelief," Maria La France said she was shocked when she heard the decision from the Iowa Board of Pharmacy.
Minors would no longer be able to buy or use e-cigarettes in Iowa under a bill approved by a legislative panel.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad delivers remarks as Iowa Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds looks on at a kick-off event for their re-election campaign at Diamond V Mills on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, in southwest Cedar Rapids.
"So the abuse of prescription drugs is a big problem in this state, and I don't want to deal with something that's going to exacerbate that," said Governor Branstad.
By: ABC9 News email@example.com Near Denison, IA - The Crawford County Sheriff's Department is investigating the discovery of two bodies at the scene of a trailer fire.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has won his epic battle with the state's Republican Party chairman, A.J. Spiker, who announced his resignation over the weekend after months of open warfare between the moderate GOP governor and Spiker's legions of Rand Paul supporters.
I was proud to vote recently in favor of Senate File 2322, which would establish a new state training school for girls in place of the now-closed Iowa Juvenile Home for Girls at Toledo.
A broader effort to discourage drivers from using hand-held electronic communication devices while operating their vehicles was approved by the Iowa Senate on Tuesday.
Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday he empathizes with people suffering from maladies who have come to the Statehouse seeking changes that would allow them access to medical marijuana, but he is not willing to sign off on the idea of legalizing the drug in Iowa for medicinal purposes.
Chris Thompson, 28, of Lowden, and Ryan Edwards, 31, of Cedar Rapids, spent part of Thursday afternoon testing flow rates on a pump typical in a waste water treatment plant as part of a hands-on lab at the electrical apprenticeship training center in Cedar Rapids.
Medical marijuana has been approved in several states across the country. There has even been talk in Iowa about the potential of passing similar legislation.
The federal gas tax, long used to help states pay for roads and bridges, hasn't been raised since Bill Clinton was president.