Ah, to Be Young and in Iowa

The state hasn't had much luck wooing twentysomethings

While Iowa may be a top destination for presidential candidates, the state hasn't had as much luck wooing twentysomethings. In a 2000 Census study of which states attract the most young, single college grads, Iowa ranked 49th, flanked by the Dakotas (with the northern one coming in dead last). Since then, Iowa has spent millions courting businesses and sprucing up communities with arenas, museums and river walks, but Hawkeye Republicans think they have come up with a more effective inducement for young college grads: exempting residents under the age of 30 from state income taxes. An economic plan unveiled by G.O.P....

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