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The Senate Commerce Committee is planning to hold a subcommittee hearing on Tuesday at 2 p.m. for Senate File 2160. The bill will strike an exclusion out of current law to eminent domain relating to utilizes and persons or entities under the jurisdiction of the Iowa Utilities Board. It instead provides that the limitation on the definition of “public use” or “public purpose” or “public improvement” relating to the prohibition against condemnation of at property does not apply to a project under taken by a public utility.

You can read the full legislation here.

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  1. Our government should also stand against the subsidies for these kind of projects. Without subsidies these Climate-Change-lie based projects would never exist.

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