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The Des Moines Register. Feb. 26, 2014.
State transportation officials will have control over the placement of speed and red-light cameras by cities and counties on state supervised highways and interstates under new rules that received final consideration from a legislative panel Friday.
A bill being considered by Iowa lawmakers would require that women who get mammogram exams would later be given a written statement about breast tissue density.
City and business leaders are backing an effort to end greyhound racing in Dubuque and Council Bluffs, but some legislators say they worry about job losses if the tracks are closed.
It's drawn little attention, and no organized opposition, but voters next month will be asked to change Iowa's Constitution to remove the term "idiot" in defining who is eligible to vote.