News Briefing

  • Leath leaving ISU for Auburn presidency:  PRESSCITIZEN
  • Business, industry, human service groups defend their Iowa tax credits:  GAZETTE
  • Sentencing reform legislation clears Iowa House:  REGISTER
  • With Water Works’ lawsuit dismissed, water quality is the legislature’s problem:  REGISTER
  • Iowa House OKs bill shortening time for discrimination suits:  AP
  • Branstad accuses Democrats of exploiting teen’s death:  QCTIMES
  • Limits on medical malpractice lawsuits passes Iowa Senate:  REGISTER
  • Iowa Medical Society says malpractice cap necessary:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Senate advances bill to allow rifles firing pistol ammo for deer hunts:  REGISTER
  • Iowa Senate panel asked to raise minimum wage before preemption:  SCJOURNAL
  • Ankeny opts out of Polk County’s minimum wage:  REGISTER
  • Iowa Politics Today: Taxes on Internet sales being debated:  GAZETTE
  • Branstad says Steve King’s words shouldn’t deter tourists:  RADIOIOWA
  • Blum undecided on health care vote, seeks input from constituents:  GAZETTE
  • Des Moines council supports bill dismantling water utilities:  REGISTER
  • West Des Moines switches support to neutral on water works bill:  REGISTER
  • Trump cuts would hurt Iowans who supported him, critics say:  REGISTER
  • State law sinks Waterloo councilman’s push for ‘prevailing wage’ requirement:  WCFCOURIER
  • ‘Civil emergency’ alert on phones sent in error:  PRESSCITIZEN
  • Boone, Spencer, Muscatine and Waukee schools launch ‘pre-apprenticeships’:  RADIOIOWA
  • Nonprofit group looks to save abandoned Iowa prison:  AP
  • Treasurers in Carroll and Clay Counties to issue driver’s licenses:  RADIOIOWA
  • Struggling Marshalltown hospital to be bought by UnityPoint:  REGISTER