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Massive Recall of Eggs Produced in Iowa

Wright County Egg, located in Galt, Iowa, has issued a nationwide recall of 228 million eggs after eggs produced by Wright County Egg were linked to hundreds of cases of salmonella-related illnesses. The eggs were sold under the brand names Lucerne,… Read More
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Categories: Class Actions

State Alleges Cedar Rapids Residential Care Facility Falsely Claimed to be Licensed Nursing Facility

The Des Moines Register has reported that the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals has found that for the past two and a half years, Emeritus at Silver Pines, a Cedar Rapids residential care facility, has been falsely claiming to be a state-li… Read More
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Do You Know Where Your Widget Has Been?: Drug Companies and Social Media

Do you know where your widget has been? That link that a friend shared with you on Facebook could have originated with a drug company, and it may well not be telling you everything you need to know about a prescription drug. Drug companies have begun… Read More
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More Traffic Cameras Planned for Iowa – One Cedar Rapids Crash Caught on Tape

Many communities are debating whether to install additional traffic cameras throughout Iowa. Law enforcement believes traffic cameras catch speeders, red-light runners and help prevent car accidents in Iowa. However, some think the motive behind th… Read More
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Iowa Paid $6.6 Million in Settlements and Judgments in FY2010

Iowa State government paid nearly $6.6 million to settle claims and judgments, with the majority of the funds going towards medical malpractice claims against the state. The Cedar Rapids Gazette reports: State records indicated the 47 judgments pai… Read More
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Grinnell Nurses Avoid Sanction, Further Education Required

The Iowa Board of Nursing has concluded that two nurses involved in the care of Ruth Louden at Grinnell nursing home Friendship Manor will not face licensing sanctions, although the Board did require both nurses to complete 15 hours of continuing edu… Read More
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Paul Miller Appointed New Sixth District Judge

Iowa City attorney Paul Miller has been named to replace Judge David Remly as judge in the Iowa District Court for the Sixth Judicial District, which covers the counties of Johnson, Tama, Benton, Linn, Jones, and Iowa. “It is an honor to appoint Pa… Read More
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Categories: General

Brad McCall Named New Des Moines Judge

Iowa Governor Chet Culver announced today that he is appointing Brad McCall to be Iowa’s newest District Court Judge, to serve in Judicial District 5A, located in Des Moines. McCall is currently in private practice in Newton, Iowa. McCall rece… Read More
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Categories: General

Iowa's Nursing Home Watch Dog Gains Independence

Iowa Governor Chet Culver’s latest executive order gives more independence to the state’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman by moving its office out of the Department on Aging. The Ombudsman’s office is responsible for advocating for the rig… Read More
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