News Briefing – April 29, 2015

  • Cleaning up after bird flu outbreak could take months:  RADIOIOWA
  • Bill would set new requirements for pipeline, high-voltage transmission projects: RADIOIOWA
  • Cities leaving banned traffic cameras on ‘a gamble’ says legal scholar:  GAZETTE
  • Union of Cedar Rapids and Iowa City agencies expected to save money before state switch to managed care:  GAZETTE
  • First case of dog flu confirmed in Iowa:  RADIOIOWA
  • Lawmakers, regents respond to Iowa House’s proposed education funding cut: GAZETTE
  • Caucus watch!  Walker leads in GOP polls; Clinton running away among Democrats:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa developers demo zero carbon emission tractor that runs on ammonia, hydrogen:  GAZETTE
  • School reserve spending receives initial clearance by House panel: WCFCOURIER
  • Sioux City’s bid for state tax fund advances:  SCJOURNAL
  • House leaders should allow vote on bullying bills:  SCJOURNAL