News Briefing – April 1, 2014

  • Others used secret settlements too:  WHOTV
  • SW Iowa looking for veterans to take Freedom Flight:  RADIO IOWA
  • Time is  now to show support for Cedar Rapids casino, mayor says:  GAZETTE
  • Spending plan for state gambling taxes includes $2M for new Good Earth State Park:  RADIO IOWA
  • Senator says new documents show ‘systemic problem’ with confidential deals with fired state workers:  RADIO IOWA
  • UI changes course fee policies, procedures following audit concerns:  GAZETTE
  • Branstad to meet with parents lobbying for greater access to cannabis oil:  GAZETTE
  • Concerns raised about central Iowa VA care facility:  WCFCOURIER
  • Nothing off the table for Iowa City school cuts:  GAZETTE
  • St. Ansgar teachers get 3% salary hike:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Nonprofit group to urge support for funeral funds:  QCTIMES
  • Senate panel approves several fiscal 2015 budget pieces:  GAZETTE
  • Lt. Gov promotes Iowa soybeans in Thailand:  QCTIMES
  • Officials urge DNR to ok permit on Lake Delhi work:  QCTIMES
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