The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is moving ahead with a statewide rollout of its electronic licensing system. D-N-R spokesman John Phoenix says the electronic system provides a variety of licenses from hunting and fishing to ginseng harvesting licenses.He says they began a pilot project with 43 of the electronic machines put into service in September and he says there were very few glitches.Phoenix says the machines will make buying a license in the state quick and easy. Phoenix says they’re in the process of hooking up the 750 machines statewide and are on schedule to have the machines all working by the end of November. Phoenix says there’s a 50-cent charge for each license to help cover the administration costs.
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