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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Tim Albrecht
“We wanted to maintain our independence in terms of our health care systems,” he said, “but partner with the federal government where it made sense.”
Tim Albrecht, a spokesman for Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, said the state submitted its plans for a federal-state partnership about a month ago.