News Briefing – April 10, 2013

  • Negotiations yet to begin on Iowa education reform:  GAZETTE
  • Alcoholic Beverage Division sends out alerts on April alcohol opportunities:  RADIO IOWA
  • House bill would triple cost of replacing lost driver’s license:  WCFCOURIER
  • State funds sought to honor ‘the Duke’ in Winterset:  RADIO IOWA
  • Regents will move forward, work to limit politics, leader says:  GAZETTE
  • Senate Republicans unveil income tax plan:  RADIO IOWA
  • Residential growth drawing protests from rural neighbors:  GAZETTE
  • Democrats fret Branstad will nix parts of education reform deal:  RADIO IOWA
  • Mason:  Rutgers controversy will drive discussion of college athletics:  GAZETTE
  • Fast action promised on ed reform bill:  WCFCOURIER
  • Cedar Rapids to raise fees on electric, gas users:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa tax policy ideas starting to see legislative movement:  GAZETTE
  • 2 regents to address UI academic freedom group:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Iowa Senate Oks preschool attendance bill:  QCTIMES
  • Group asks state to pull funding for highway project:  SCJOURNAL
  • Iowa GOP announces caucus/convention dates:  QCTIMES
  • UNI raises nearly $158M in fundraising campaign:  SCJOURNAL
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