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Topic - Iowa Supreme Court

The Iowa Supreme Court is the constitutional head of the judicial branch of the U.S. state of Iowa. Justices are appointed by the governor from a list of nominees submitted by the State Judicial Nominating Commission. A justice serves an initial term of office that is one year after appointment and until January 1 following the next judicial retention election after expiration of such year. The regular term of office of justices retained at election is eight years. A justice must retire upon reaching the age of 72. The justices elect the chief justice. - Source: Wikipedia

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