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Iowa renters and housing advocates are bracing for a potential wave of eviction filings this week after the federal pandemic-related hold on many evictions ended July 31. Meanwhile, residents of six affordable housing complexes in the state are facing mass evictions unrelated to the end of the moratorium, raising concerns about a major reduction in Iowa’s supply of affordable housing and renters having nowhere to go.
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The goal of the River to River series "Leaving Afghanistan" is to understand a dimension of the war's impact by focusing on the individual experiences of Iowans who have done all types of work in Afghanistan over the last 20 years.

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