A lawsuit aimed at creating mandatory water quality regulations to reduce farm pollution in the Raccoon River will not proceed after the Iowa Supreme Court ruled the case asked the courts to infringe on the powers of the legislature.
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IPR News And Podcasts
River to River's series of conversations with Iowa veterans who served in Afghanistan continues with retired Army National Guard Captain Chad Cook.
Host Ben Kieffer talks to Iowa Public Radio reporters Kassidy Arena and Grant Gerlock.
Iowa PBS, Iowa Public Radio and xBk are excited to announce Juneteenth: The Movement, a two-hour live television, radio and digital event celebrating the Juneteenth holiday.
State Government News
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill into law that raises penalties for protest-related offenses, puts qualified immunity language into state law, expands some police protections, and makes it illegal to not stop for an unmarked police car.
An Iowa advocacy group is providing support to teachers who feel targeted by a new law that limits certain teachings and trainings dealing with racism and sexism. The law bans schools and government agencies from promoting certain ideas, including that the U.S. and Iowa are systemically racist or sexist.
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