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  • By Erin Murphy Lee Des Moines Bureau
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DES MOINES — The political groups and out-of-state donors came through when he needed them — often with big bucks — but the bulk of the $18.8 …

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad and GOP lawmakers are looking to tap Iowa’s cash reserves to cover a projected state budget shortfall of $131…

  • Erin Murphy Times Bureau

DES MOINES — If and when he leaves office to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to China, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad will see an increase to his …

  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau

 DES MOINES — A major rewrite of Iowa’s public-sector collective bargaining rules has become law, but the head of the state’s largest state wo…

Much of the focus of the proposed overhaul of Iowa's collective bargaining law has been on how the proposal limits the items that public worke…

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Iowa Republicans seeking to overhaul the state's collective bargaining law are following in the footsteps of states such as Wisconsin, Indiana…

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Iowa Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds told a group in Scott County on Thursday that a task force will be formed to study the possibility of long-term cha…

Scott County Republicans have set Jan. 12 as the date they will hold a special convention to nominate a candidate to run for the vacant House …

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Fresh from winning a vacant state Senate seat on Tuesday, Iowa Rep. Jim Lykam said Wednesday he will resign his seat in the House on Monday, w…

  • Devan Patel dpatel@qctimes.com

As Davenport enters into a new contract with Redflex Traffic Systems for its automated traffic enforcement cameras, its decision may be short-lived.