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Iowa Governor Terry Branstad brought his campaign for re-election to Le Mars Thursday.

Branstad, is seeking an unprecedented sixth term as governor, but first must win the www.wildugandasafaris.com primary election on Tuesday.

He says he has been able to accomplish many of his goals in his current term:


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Branstad says he is confident about his chances against his primary rival Tom Hoefling, but adds he isn’t taking anything for granted.

The governor was accompanied by Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds, and Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry.

Today Branstad is expected to sign into law the medical marijuana bill allowing for the marijuana based oil to purchase viagra medication be used for epilepsy patients.

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SOME CASINO LEGAL ISSUES REMAIN TO BE RESOLVED

SOME CASINO LEGAL ISSUES REMAIN TO BE RESOLVED   0

THERE'S STILL SEVERAL LEGAL ISSUES TO BE SETTLED BETWEEN THE ARGOSY BELLE RIVERBOAT CASINO, THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION AND MISSOURI RIVER HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT. ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY JUSTIN VONDRAK SAYS [...]