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Legislators debate requiring schools to test for radon

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Legislators debate requiring schools to test for radon

By O. Kay Henderson Legislators are wrestling with a new requirement that schools test for radon — the odorless, colorless gas that can cause lung cancer. Bills that would require radon tests in every Iowa school building have cleared committees in both the House and Senate. Emily Piper, a lobbyist for the Iowa Association of School Boards, says school […]

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GOP candidates for US Senate differ on term limits

GOP candidates for US Senate differ on term limits   0

By O. Kay Henderson Five Republicans who are vying for their party's U.S. Senate nomination gathered for a 90-minute forum tonight, agreeing on most issues, but disagreeing on [...]