News Briefing-Friday, March 9, 2012

  • House votes to protect landowners from lawsuits filed by trespassers: RADIO IOWA
  • Des Moines wants tighter reins on booze sales in convenience stores: REGISTER
  • UNI offers buyouts, lists cuts in programs: REGISTER
  • Group issues report on funding of state universities: RADIO IOWA
  • House approves bills that would waive small business fees: RADIO IOWA
  • Report: Iowa’s casinos contribute nearly $1B to economy: REGISTER
  • High school graduation rates drop slightly in 2011: RADIO IOWA
  • Banish all bottles from Iowa’s ditches: REGISTER
  • Iowa students campaign against tanning beds: QC TIMES
  • Drug court program last resort before jail: GAZETTE
  • Senator’s absence delays Iowa nuclear vote: QC TIMES
  • Iowa lawmakers likely to consider flood mitigation despite Linn County vote: GAZETTE
  • Traffic camera bill looks less likely to survive: QC TIMES
  • Kirkwood proposing ‘sustainability village’ for research, training: GAZETTE
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