Early estimates suggest there may be thousands of so-called COVID-19 "long-haulers" in Iowa, dealing with persistent symptoms that for some are debilitating. But health care providers are stepping up to offer resources and therapies for patients suffering from the condition.
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IPR News And Podcasts
A conservative lobbying group is taking credit for parts of Iowa's new election law, according to a report by Mother Jones . A key Republican lawmaker denies the group’s involvement with the bill.
Host Charity Nebbe speaks with horticulture experts Aaron Steil and Ajay Nair about weed control.
Unsigned musicians: We want to hear from you. Starting May 11, send us a video of you performing one original song at a desk — and you might get to come play behind Bob Boilen's.
State Government News
A wide-ranging tax plan proposed by Gov. Kim Reynolds and supported by Senate Republicans had its first hearing Monday, as Iowa lawmakers entered the second week of legislative session overtime.
IPR Morning Edition host Clay Masters talks with IPR state government reporter Katarina Sostaric about what's keeping Iowa lawmakers from ending the 2021 Iowa legislative session.
We're looking for individuals to share their experiences over the last year with the IPR community on air and online.
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