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IDs for cupcakes: College Republicans peddle baked goods to support voter ID bill

Secretary of State Matt Schultz said the bill that would allow those without identification other options.


Red-light cameras likely coming to Iowa City soon

More than 200 cameras are installed throughout Iowa City to monitor civilian activity.


Local officials: Gas tax would benefit travelers through Iowa

Sen. Bob Dvorsky, D-Iowa City, said the tax would be an economic benefit.


Iowa City managers say $10 minimum wage would be bad business

Iowa first established a minimum wage in 1991.


Synesi report sparks re-creation of local schools' safety committee

The advisory safety committee members will be finalized by the end of the week.


UISG officials discuss online course evaluations

Senators worked on refining the "student core questions" of the ACE evalution to better reflect student input on courses.


Proposal targeting student housing draws fiery reaction

The Iowa City City Council will hold a public hearing March 20 to discuss a zoning-code amendment which would change the definition of "household" in the University Impact Area.


School district to release report card


Council approves second consideration of curb extension ordinance


City Council approves first consideration of TIF ordinance


Iowa lawmaker proposes abolition of state Department of Education


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