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Construction on state penitentiary in Fort Madison delayed by cold weather

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Construction on state penitentiary in Fort Madison delayed by cold weather

By Dar Danielson The man who oversees the state’s prison system says the cold weather has slowed progress on the construction of the new state prison in Fort Madison. Iowa Department of Corrections director, John Baldwin, told lawmakers the proposed late March opening for the new state-of-the-art penitentiary will be pushed back to April or May. Baldwin says […]

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