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A roundup of legislative and Capitol news items of interest from Friday:

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Congress will approve a Phase 4 coronavirus relief package, U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley predicted Wednesday, but not until it evaluates how well the first three phases are working.

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State officials are bracing for a potential influx of Iowans who have lost their jobs — and their employer-based health insurance — who likely will join the ranks of the uninsured or seek assistance if they meet Medicaid or other program qualifications.

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State tax collections were down by 7.1 percent last month compared to February 2019, but Legislative Services Agency officials say all but $1.6 million of the $47.1 million monthly decline was attributed to an increase in state tax refunds.

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The governor heard from nearly 20 presenters Tuesday — some paid lobbyists, some association representatives but no individual Iowans — during an hour-long afternoon meeting to solicit ideas as she assembles a new two-year spending plan for state agencies and programs beginning next July 1.

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Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate says his office is undertaking a major hands-on review of the state’s felon database to ensure all eligible registrants are able to exercise their constitutional right at the ballot box in the 2020 presidential election.

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