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  • Erin Murphy Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Small Iowa liquor distillers may soon be toasting a new state law that would permit them to sell their product on site.

A Davenport businessman’s controversial request to rezone property at the northwest corner of West 7th and Division streets for a new "neighbo…

A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items for Tuesday:

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Iowans continue to buy liquor, beer and wine at record clips, but the pace of sales is leveling off, according to yearly figures …

  • The Associated Press

IOWA CITY — A spokesman for Iowa’s human resources agency says state employees who are in same-sex marriages will qualify for family leave to …

  • Rod Boshart

DES MOINES — Thursday will mark the end of the line for legions of long-time state employees who have decided to take an early-retirement ince…

  • Rod Boshart

DES MOINES — Help-wanted signs may be going up soon at some state agencies now that more than 2,000 senior workers signed up to take an early-…

  • Charlotte Eby

DES MOINES — A recent breach in the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission’s database that compromised personal data of casino employees is raising…