News Briefing-Monday, April 16, 2012

  • Time to ‘buckle down’: RADIO IOWA
  • Early spring brings revenue boom to Iowa DNR: GAZETTE
  • Iowa GOP looks to election after efforts blocked: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Filing separate tax returns vexes some same-sex couples: GAZETTE
  • Is the University of Iowa truly a bastion of liberal politics?: GAZETTE
  • Iowa lawmakers face big issues as session ends: QC TIMES
  • Emergency declared in 2 Iowa counties: QC TIMES
  • Tornadoes slash through two SW Iowa towns, no deaths: RADIO IOWA
  • Senate may join House in streaming debate: QC TIMES
  • Rise in defaults renews ‘student debt bomb’ warnings: REGISTER
  • Divisive debate over longer school year far from over: SCJOURNAL
  • Congressman King calls report on Missouri River incomplete: RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa organizers of Santorum PAC still paying themselves fees: REGISTER
  • Latham raised nearly twice as much as Boswell: REGISTER
  • NW Iowa conservative leaders predict Romney backlash: SCJOURNAL
  • Braley nearly triples fundraising of GOP challenger: REGISTER
  • Libel suits stifle political debate: REGISTER
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