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Iowa governor requests full-time classroom learning option


DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds says she will ask lawmakers to immediately send her a bill to sign into law that will require schools to offer parents the option of having their children in classrooms full time despite continuing high levels of coronavirus throughout Iowa.

Reynolds, in her annual Condition of the State speech Tuesday evening, also laid out a plan for spending $450 million over the next five years to expand high-speed internet service across the state, more than $25 million to improve child care programs and $30 million over two years to fund mental health programs.

Those are the largest spending requests she'll seek from lawmakers.

KWWL will have a full report tonight at 10.

Watch the Condition of the State address here.

Follow a KWWL twitter thread on the address here.
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