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Top Democrat: set aside past arguments, come up with new plan for Iowa Juvenile Home

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Top Democrat: set aside past arguments, come up with new plan for Iowa Juvenile Home

By O. Kay Henderson The top Democrat in the legislature says there could be an opening for a bipartisan deal that would end the stalemate with the Republican governor over the Iowa Juvenile Home. “It may be a time for all of us to say: ‘O.K., maybe we don’t have to…take this all the way to the Supreme Court,” […]

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