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In polarized nation, Iowa finds itself oddly split

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Republicans and Democrats in state capitals across the country are talking ambitiously about what they'll do next year with the unchecked power they amassed in the fall elections. In more states than not, one party now has full control of government. But you won't hear much brash talk in Des Moines. Here, party leaders are warning supporters about what they shouldn't...

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