News Briefing-Tuesday, April 24, 2012

  • Ed reform talks hit religious freedom roadblocks: WCFCOURIER
  • Mothers explore STEM: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Lawmakers see ‘significant increase’ for regents’ universities: WCFCOURIER
  • In Iowa, Obama to push case on student-loan interest rates: SCJOURNAL
  • Harkin says he’ll push to stop student loan hike: QCTIMES
  • Iowa colleges pushing to cut use of bottled water: GAZETTE
  • Senator proposes ‘Branstad Rule’ on income taxes: RADIO IOWA
  • The Obamas are coming: RADIO IOWA
  • Legislature votes to create Iowa Public Information Board: RADIO IOWA
  • Wet, cool week puts corn planting slightly behind: GAZETTE
  • House adds more restrictions on sex offenders in nursing homes: QC TIMES
  • Governor wants grant program to attract businesses to the state: RADIO IOWA
  • Branstad calls for review of bullying policy: QC TIMES
  • Paul camp gains influence at GOP conventions: QC TIMES
  • Branstad: Iowa must maintain human element at unemployment offices: REGISTER
  • Use political process to fix education: REGISTER
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