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In scathing statement, former Hawkeyes standout Akrum Wadley says playing for Iowa was 'living nightmare'

USATODAY.com Monday, 29 June 2020
Former star running back Akrum Wadley alleges verbal abuse and unexplained punishments, saying he wanted to leave Iowa during his four-year career.
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In new allegation, lawsuit says Tyson officials lied to interpreters about COVID-19 dangers in Iowa plant

The complaint says a plant manager and HR director falsely told interpreters in an April meeting that the building had "no confirmed cases."

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Ditch the Electoral College? It's a bad plan — rural interests might never matter again.

If metro areas want something different from states such as Iowa, then voting in Iowa becomes essentially meaningless.

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Some of Iowa's first legal hemp crops set on fire because THC exceeds federal limits

Iowa farmers grew the state's first legal hemp crop on about 680 acres. But 13% of fields were partially or fully destroyed after exceeding THC limits.

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