TIPTON — Cedar County on Tuesday became the third county in Iowa to be voted a Second Amendment Sanctuary County, which codifies the county’s stance against violations of the Constitutional right to keep and bear arms.
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WASHINGTON PARK — Washington Park's elected village trustees have been standing at the corner of Kingshighway and North Park drive for weeks hoisting signs demanding their recently elected mayor allow them to do the jobs voters sent them to village hall to do.
(The Center Square) – After a school district spent $80,000 of federal COVID-19 stimulus funds on an "equity audit" instead of plugging learning loss holes, Minnesota’s U.S. lawmakers are asking questions.
(The Center Square) – The Iowa State Board of Health, which is the Department of Public Health’s policy-making and advisory body, has lacked quorum since July 1, which forced it to cancel its July 14 meeting. It has not met since May 12.
CEDAR RAPIDS — After saying last week they were “appalled” that Gov. Kim Reynolds has not appointed people to vacant seats on the state Board of Health, Iowa Democrats expressed “outrage” at her “failed leadership” Monday.
CEDAR RAPIDS — Democratic state Sen. Liz Mathis is running for the U.S. House in Iowa’s 1st District, setting up a race between former co-workers both well-known across the district from their time as television news anchors.