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Highway deaths are on the rise in Iowa since the state raised its speed limit from 65 mph 70 mph in 2005, the Des Moines Register reports .

State records show that fatalities on rural interstates have increased 10 percent even as the number of traffic deaths on the rest of the Iowa’s road network have dropped to levels not seen since World War II.

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