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Iowa Gov. Branstad says ‘states school feds on standards’ in op-ed

Republican Gov. Terry Branstad and former North Carolina Democratic Gov. Jim Hunt say states haven’t been able to wait on Washington, D.C
Jul 31, 2020

Iowa Gov. Branstad says ‘states school feds on standards’ in op-ed

Iowa Gov. Branstad says ‘states school feds on standards’ in op-ed

Republican Gov. Terry Branstad and former North Carolina Democratic Gov. Jim Hunt say states haven’t been able to wait on Washington, D.C
Republican Gov. Terry Branstad and former North Carolina Democratic Gov. Jim Hunt say states haven’t been able to wait on Washington, D.C
Jul 31, 2020

Conservative leaders: Iowa Supreme Court justices are ‘immoral,’ ‘enemies of God’

Conservative leaders: Iowa Supreme Court justices are ‘immoral,’ ‘enemies of God’

The remaining members of the Iowa Supreme Court have proven they are immoral and “open enemies of God” by choosing Mark Cady as chief justice, and thus, all deserve to be impeached, according to conservative radio host Steve Deace and Republican Party of Iowa central committee member Wes Enos . Three Republican state legislators have begun drafting articles of impeachment for the remaining four members of the Iowa Supreme Court because of its 2009 ruling that legalized same-sex marriage.
The remaining members of the Iowa Supreme Court have proven they are immoral and “open enemies of God” by choosing Mark Cady as chief justice, and thus, all deserve to be impeached, according to conservative radio host Steve Deace and Republican Party of Iowa central committee member Wes Enos . Three Republican state legislators have begun drafting articles of impeachment for the remaining four members of the Iowa Supreme Court because of its 2009 ruling that legalized same-sex marriage.
Jul 31, 2020

Iowa-Nebraska bridge over Missouri River still too dangerous for repairs

Iowa-Nebraska bridge over Missouri River still too dangerous for repairs

The Iowa 175 bridge over the Missouri River remains in peril due to flooding as state officials continue to monitor and do what they can behind the scenes to limit further damage. Preliminary inspection work, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation, has revealed a deepening of the river channel around the bridge pier by as much as 42 feet, and serious scour and loss of embankment near the bridge abutment on the Iowa side has occurred
The Iowa 175 bridge over the Missouri River remains in peril due to flooding as state officials continue to monitor and do what they can behind the scenes to limit further damage. Preliminary inspection work, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation, has revealed a deepening of the river channel around the bridge pier by as much as 42 feet, and serious scour and loss of embankment near the bridge abutment on the Iowa side has occurred
Jul 31, 2020

Administration to Signal Shift Away From a Nuclear Future

Administration to Signal Shift Away From a Nuclear Future

The Nuclear Posture Review, set for release next week, will chip away at the justification for a nuclear stockpile, but it’s still likely to disappoint arms control advocates.
The Nuclear Posture Review, set for release next week, will chip away at the justification for a nuclear stockpile, but it’s still likely to disappoint arms control advocates.
Jul 31, 2020
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