House Republican Caucus Newsletter – June 2, 2017

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Caucus Newsletter 6-1-17

In this edition:

  • Workers’ Compensation Reform: What are Other States Doing?
  • IEDA Tax Incentive Series: High Quality Jobs Program
  • Legislature Increases School Funding by $40 Million Dollars
  • The Future of RIIF
  • Iowa Tax Credit Basics and Oversight

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News Briefing

  • Ernst set to Roast and Ride while Iowa Democrats plan Picnic for the People Saturday:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa GOP to mark start of Reynolds’ tenure with sold-out fundraiser:  RADIOIOWA
  • Governor and First Spouse moving into Terrace Hill this weekend:  RADIOIOWA
  • May tax receipts raise state budget concerns:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Obamacare participants face uncertain future:  QCTIMES
  • University of Iowa names members to employment practices review committee:  GAZETTE
  • Regents look to offer third retirement incentive in face of state cuts:  GAZETTE
  • Election 2018!  Blum announces re-election bid:  WCFCOURIER
  • Election 2018!  Danielson mulling Congress run:  WCFCOURIER
  • Election 2018!  Former Vilsack aide to run for governor:  QCTIMES
  • Election 2018!  Cynthia Axne announces candidacy challenging David Young:  REGISTER
  • Attorney General’s office settles lawsuit between ISU, former women’s basketball player Nikki Moody:  GAZETTE
  • Stevens, Jacobsen to face off for Iowa House District 22 seat:  DAILYNONPAREIL
  • Former Branstad chief of staff Bousselot joins Rastetter ag group:  REGISTER
  • Linn County petition with more than 12,800 signatures calls for Aug. 1 election:  GAZETTE
  • Northwest Iowa fireworks vendors await licenses as sales begin:  SCJOURNAL
  • State auditor questions $100,000 of disbursements by Anthon ambulance squad:  SCJOURNAL
  • Audit: Leader of Iowa school meals group embezzled for years:  AP
  • 93 mph speeding stop in Cerro Gordo County nets cocaine, deputies say:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • State climatologist says May was cooler and wetter than normal:  RADIOIOWA