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No. 15–0545
 
JEREMY D. YOCUM vs. STATE OF IOWA
 
No. 15–0683
 
Amended March 13, 2017 GARY N. PORTER and LORI PORTER vs. RICHARD L. HARDEN and JANICE HARDEN
 
No. 15–1540
 
TUNIS E. DEN HARTOG, SHIRLEY ANN SCHWEERTMAN, LEONARD G. LYBBERT, MARY ELLEN MOLINARO, WILLIAM JAMES ROBERT, AND MARK D. FISHER vs. CITY OF WATERLOO, IOWA
 
No. 16–1146
 
EUGENE J. KOPECKY vs. IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION
 
No. 16–1323
 
PATRICK ALAN NEY vs. JOHN GLENN NEY
 
No. 16–1988
 
IOWA SUPREME COURT ATTORNEY DISCIPLINARY BOARD vs. RICHARD DILLON CROTTY

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