News Briefing – December 3, 2014

  • Regents president challenges UI:  ‘Do bigger things’:  GAZETTE
  • Gas drops below $3 a gallon, will it break the $2 barrier?:  RADIOIOWA
  • Future of Cedar Rapids casino heads to Iowa Legislature:  GAZETTE
  • Ia City approves TIF for apartments:  GAZETTE
  • Grassley expects military sexual assault bill to pass on second try:  RADIOIOWA
  • State employee union requests 4 percent raises:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Wind energy tax credit under fire:  GAZETTE
  • Branstad orders flags at half-staff to honor Rep. Alons:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • UI eyes early retirement incentive:  GAZETTE
  • Guardsmen warned about social media info:  QCTIMES
  • Advocacy group launches campaign for road funding:  QCTIMES
  • Counties sign on to statewide notification system:  QCTIMES
  • State official says civil rights complaints down:  SCJOURNAL
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