News Briefing

  • Iowa Senate votes to legalize fireworks in Iowa:  SCJOURNAL
  • Iowa Legislature approves limitations on lawsuits filed over home defects:  REGISTER
  • Advocates hopeful legislation would help women detect breast cancer sooner:  REGISTER
  • Iowa lawmakers seek to ban video devices in government bathrooms:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa Senate votes to lift cap on enrollment in online academies:  RADIOIOWA
  • Bill drafted in response to verbal abuse at Glenwood facility:  RADIOIOWA
  • New law requires districts to report drunken teachers:  REGISTER
  • Majority of Branstad’s campaign funding is homegrown, but top donor is from South Dakota:  GAZETTE
  • Blum won’t back GOP health care legislation:  WCFCOURIER
  • Senator Grassley satisfied with information provided by the FBI director:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa State President Leath forfeits $1.2 million by leaving:  GAZETTE
  • Dubuque legislator ponders Blum challenge:  WCFCOURIER
  • Branstad celebrates 1991 law that made homeschooling legal in Iowa:  RADIOIOWA
  • Dakota Access pipeline vandalism highlights sabotage risks:  AP
  • Utilities board proceeds with Alliant net-metering pilot:  GAZETTE