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Juvenile Justice in Iowa (Full Program) (Episode 142)

posted on February 29, 2008

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The Iowa Journal looks at trends in criminal activity in Iowa, and current issues in the Juvenile Justice System. Guests will also discuss how treatment should differ between juveniles and adults, between boys and girls, and between Caucasians and African-Americans. Kay Henderson of Radio Iowa gives an update on the status of legislation to ban smoking in public places and proposed tax breaks for Microsoft to locate in Iowa. Out and About goes to Sioux City and visits the Art Center there. (27:46)

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