News Briefing

  • Iowa bucking trend in K-12 school funding:  GAZETTE
  • Reynolds: $100,000 gift expands work-based learning for students:  SCJOURNAL
  • Jobs for America’s Graduates program expands into 4 Iowa districts:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa picks its first medical marijuana manufacturer:  GAZETTE
  • Reynolds on Medicaid Privatization: “I Never Said It Was Perfect.”:  IOWAPUBLICRADIO
  • More questions for Iowans after Medicaid changes:  WCFCOURIER
  • Governor: DHS aiming for ‘seamless’ transition for latest Medicaid switch:  RADIOIOWA
  • Despite controversies, Iowa DHS’ Foxhoven gives agency glowing marks:  REGISTER
  • Public universities make a pitch for more state support:  QCTIMES
  • Proposals: new lab at ISU, upgraded Industrial Tech Center at UNI:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa Regents pay $180,000 for Iowa State University presidential search:  GAZETTE
  • Reynolds: Iowa needs federal tax reform:  QCTIMESOPED
  • Polk County residents likely will vote on a 1-cent sales tax hike in March:  REGISTER
  • Marion school district settles three sexual abuse lawsuits filed by Starry Elementary families for $1.8 million:  GAZETTE
  • Cedar Rapids eyes possibility of regional transit authority:  GAZETTE
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

Dansette