Driving me to link - a reversal, a drought and a Quiet Man

March 28, 2014 | 10:28 am

The Iowa DOT has reversed its initial ruling and will allow young illegal immigrants cleared to stay in the U.S. by the Obama administration to get driver's licenses. The department managed to swerve around this controversy thanks to new guidance from the feds.

Iowa's top environmental official says water usage may be curtailed if the drought hangs on.

Cedar Rapids is asking for public input on its "Draft Drought Contingency Plan."

Black Hawk County officials are worried that a Linn County casino might cut into revenues for community projects.

Our governor has $1.46 million in his campaign account, and the lieutenant governor now has an account of her own. Hmmm.

Here is a dot map of every person counted in the 2010 Census. I'm still seeing dots.

And a new Blu-Ray version of "The Quiet Man" comes out this week.  "When I drink whiskey, I drink whiskey, and when I drink water, I drink water." Depending on the drought, of course.

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