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BY DI PHOTOSTAFF | JUNE 18, 2009 7:30 AM

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UI students express their discontent with the recent Iranian election during a protest on the Pedestrian Mall on Wednesday. The goal of the protest was to encourage people not to recognize the results of the election.

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A truck parks in the middle of Clinton Street with its hazard lights blinking on Tuesday. The Iowa City City Council on Tuesday evening approved several changes to the city’s parking ordinances. Iowa City police Sgt. Troy Kelsay believes the action will increase the number of cars being towed by the city.

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Greg Runyon, program manager and DJ at Cedar Rapids station Z102.9, talks about his day on Wednesday. A bill working through Congress would tax terrestrial stations for songs they play, compensating artists and their labels for the music.
Patrick Larkin/The Daily Iowan
Iowa sophomore-to-be guard Anthony Tucker dishes a pass from the lane his Vinton Merchants’ Prime Time game against Armstrong on Wednesday in North Liberty. Tucker scored 29 points, 18 from beyond the arc, to lead Vinton Merchants to a 102-95 victory.
Joe Scott/The Daily Iowan
Chris Berger looks at a van at the McGurk Meyers dealership on the Coralville Strip on Tuesday. Berger said he thought that while the Internet helps with comparing prices, consumers will still want to check out vehicles in person.


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