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Work In Iowa Legislature Begins

Work In Iowa Legislature Begins

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Iowa lawmakers are back in Des Moines, ready to continue the  opening phases of the 2014 legislative session.

Senator Randy Feenstra of Hull says he has several bills ready to be introduced, most focused on changing and cutting income taxes…

 

Feenstra says some of the proposed tax changes would cut some state revenue…

 

Feenstra says he is planning to run for re-election for his Senate seat in northwest Iowa…

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