News Briefing-Friday, March 16, 2012

  • Iowa Legislature: Progress stagnates at funnel deadline: REGISTER
  • Task force issues report on improving Iowa’s court system: RADIO IOWA
  • House leader’s move means traffic cam ban bill not dead yet: RADIO IOWA
  • House Dems criticize Republicans over new plan for education funding reform: REGISTER
  • Development incentive is driving up property taxes, new report shows: REGISTER
  • Iowa funnel winners and losers: QC TIMES
  • Online poker bill dead, says House Speaker: QC TIMES
  • Economic indicators show some improvement in Iowa: REGISTER
  • GOP, Dems upbeat about 2012 candidates: QC TIMES
  • Farmland values are still rising, Realtors survey shows: REGISTER
  • House committee diverts small class size money; QC TIMES
  • Does Iowa really want online schools?: REGISTER
  • Farmers market mushroom vendors must be licensed: GAZETTE
  • Regents consider building designs, academic cuts: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Report: Students are about half of alcohol charges on regent campuses: GAZETTE
  • Online poker bill: a lost opportunity: SC JOURNAL
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