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The death of a 16-year-old Iowa girl has led to finger-pointing at the Legislature and is an indication of how much has changed in the 17 years since the death of another child prompted a bipartisan inquiry. Five months after the death of Natalie Finn, Republican lawmakers have been split over whether to investigate her treatment and Democrats have accused GOP leaders of being reluctant to take up the matter because of possible questions about state staffing. Comment?
After a quick vote Wednesday, Iowa lawmakers moved forward with tougher penalties for talking on the phone or texting while driving. Current law only allows law enforcement to stop texting drivers if they break another traffic law first. Comment?
A northwest Iowa woman who tried to have her boyfriend claim a $250,000 lottery prize has been given probation. Court records say 21-year-old Ashley Bosler was given two years of probation at her sentencing Monday in Storm Lake. Comment?
Governor Terry Branstad said he would not be upset if farm land he owned was turned over for eminent domain to build the Bakken Oil Pipeline. Governor Terry Branstad spoke about the Bakken Oil Pipeline while making a visit to the Farm Progress Show in Boone on Thursday, September 1, 2016. Comment?
The Iowa Public Safety Department says the three were arrested Wednesday. An investigation began after a winning ticket for $250,000 was presented June 17 at the Storm Lake regional office of the Iowa Lottery. Comment?
The Iowa Department of Criminal Investigations announced Ashley Bosler, 20 of Sioux Rapids, and Johnny Long, Jr., 26, of Sioux Rapids are charged with theft of a lottery ticket or share, a class d felony. Sally Bosler, 42, of Cedar Rapids is charged with aiding and abetting in the theft of a lottery ticket, also a class d felony. Comment?
Leaders in the northwest Iowa town of Cherokee want to see another company make use of the former Tyson Foods meat-processing plant just outside town, but they say the food company is making it hard to find a new tenant. The Des Moines Register reports that Tyson continues paying $130,000 annually in rent on the building and holds a clause in the lease allowing it to refuse bids from competitors. Comment?
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