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Ashford University paying State of Iowa $7.25 million (AUDIO)

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Ashford University paying State of Iowa $7.25 million (AUDIO)

By O. Kay Henderson Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller has secured a $7.25 million settlement with an on-line university accused of consumer fraud. Ashford University, the nation’s second-largest on-line college, denies wrongdoing, but has agreed to make some changes in the way it operates. Miller said a three-year investigation raised questions about how Ashford recruited students. “One of the problems […]

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Two casinos in eastern Iowa pay penalties for gambling violations

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By Dar Danielson Casinos in Burlington and cialis internet Dubuque received fines today from the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission for violations. Commission administrator, Brian Ohorilko, says a minor was [...]