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The Iowa Policy Project is pushing for three new reforms for working class families

Officials are hoping to reform childcare and taxes in order for Iowa families to be able to sustain themselves.


The Soap Opera is closing shop

The Soap Opera is closing their doors after being in downtown Iowa City for 34 years.


Low voter turnout hurts Democrats

On Tuesday night, the GOP swept the nation, and Johnson County Democrats are blaming voter turnout.


UI student promote quitting smoking

Roughly 150 students signed a pledge to encourage themselves and others to be anti-tobacco.


Cohousing project continues to grow

Iowa City Cohousing increases its recruitment efforts and provides more information to potential members.


Board of Supervisors not considering new courthouse annex plans

In a meeting Wednesday the board confirmed they will be taking a step back to consider more short term options.


Patagonia Board Member visits University of Iowa

Ridgeway gave a lecture to students Wednesday about the importance of sustainability in the environment.


Zaza's Pastas opened in May

The Italian grocery store sells its own homemade pasta, and has been growing in popularity for the past six months.


SCU Professor Dr. Washington visits UI to talk about race and hip-hop

Dr. Ahmad Washington visited UI to give a lecture about race, hip-hop, and the recent killings of young black males in America.


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