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U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley was back on the campaign trail Friday, after announcing in a predawn tweet that he would be vying for an eighth term in the United States Senate. The 88-year-old Republican says he intends to serve the full six year term if elected, saying he still feels he has more work to do.
The first set of maps from the non-partisan Legislative Services Agency came out last week, and Iowans had the chance to weigh in this week during three virtual public hearings and through written comment. IPR Morning Edition host Clay Masters talks with IPR state government reporter Katarina Sostaric about what people had to say and what comes next.
Jill Biden visited a community college in Michigan to talk about the Biden administration's plan for free community college.
Chicago teens made a podcast discussing the pros and cons of getting tattoos. We check back in on them after they were named finalists in NPR's 2021 Student Podcast Challenge.
The Latest On COVID-19
- Limits On Toilet Paper And Cleaning Supplies Are Back At Costco
- A CDC Panel Backs Booster Shots For Older Adults, A Step Toward Making Them Available
- Under Increasing COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Iowa Hospital Leader Is Concerned About Staff Burnout
- Iowa State Medical Director Caitlin Pedati To Step Down
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