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  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau

DES MOINES — Legal fireworks and tougher penalties for distracted drivers involved in fatalities were approved by Iowa House committees ahead …

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A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items for Wednesday:

  • Vanessa Miller The Gazette
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The governor’s proposal this week to lower spending in the 2018 and 2019 budget years portends more bad news for Iowa’s public universities, p…

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau
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DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad expressed hope Wednesday that he and GOP legislators would be able to agree on a fiscal 2018 budget close to …

  • James Q. Lynch Times Bureau
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DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad submitted budget revisions Tuesday lowering spending in the coming fiscal year $173.3 million from his previo…

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau
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DES MOINES — Majority Senate Republicans approved and sent Gov. Terry Branstad significant changes to the state’s workers compensation law Mon…

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 A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items of interest for Monday:

  • Rod Boshart Times Bureau
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DES MOINES — Republicans in the Iowa Senate turned back efforts Monday to let cities and counties set their own minimum wage levels, saying th…

  • Quad-City Times editorial board

Thumbs up to basketball standouts from throughout the Quad-Cities.

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DES MOINES — Republican legislative leaders believe some budget areas will be getting less money for the fiscal year than begins July 1.