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Opponents of high-voltage transmission line gather at statehouse

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Opponents of high-voltage transmission line gather at statehouse

By O. Kay Henderson Opponents of a project to extend a high-voltage transmission line through Iowa gathered in Des Moines today to show their support for legislation that might give farmers a new pathway to fight the project. Carolyn Sheridan, a farmer from Greenville — which is near Spencer, is a spokeswoman for the group. “We are opposed to […]

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