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  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Two of Gov. Terry Branstad’s reappointments to the Iowa Board of Medicine were denied new terms this week by 18 Democrats who wit…

Gov. Terry Branstad has announced appointments of several Quad-City area residents to fill Iowa’s boards and commissions. They include:

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Revisions made Friday to a state Civil Rights Commission publication clarifying that religious activities at churches are exempt …

  • Vera L. Kelly, president Metrocom NAACP Unit 4019 Davenport

Incidents involving the violation of individuals’ civil rights have been occurring from Ferguson, Mo. to Staten Island, N.Y. to Charleston, S.…

  • Brian Wellner bwellner@qctimes.com

Davenport's Ferris wheel should not be open at all if it cannot accommodate riders in wheelchairs, Davenport's Civil Rights Commission preside…

Landlords, landlords, landlords.

A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items for Monday:

A day after some special needs children and adults were denied rides at the Mississippi Valley Fair, fair director Bob Fox and the Davenport C…

The Davenport Police Department is holding a free seminar for first-time renters and people wanting to improve their standing in the city’s ma…

  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau

DES MOINES — The Iowa House Tuesday approved a $544 million justice systems budget that includes $5 million for 33 more Iowa State Patrol troo…