News Briefing – January 13, 2015

  • Branstad aiming for ‘very positive tone’ in Condition of State speech:  RADIOIOWA
  • Iowa DOT enlists truck drivers against human trafficking:  GAZETTE
  • Military exchange teaching license used by veterans and spouses:  RADIOIOWA
  • State money could help ‘road diets’ in Iowa City:  GAZETTE
  • Legislators to investigate delayed opening of new prison:  RADIOIOWA
  • Paulsen calls for Legislature to investigate prison construction delays:  GAZETTE
  • No Iowa mail processing centers on list to close this year; RADIOIOWA
  • Branstad:  Republicans have chance to ‘repeat history’ in 2016:  GAZETTE
  • Streamlined licensure for vets, spouses attracting teachers:  GAZETTE
  • Loebasack loses bid to stay on Armed Services panel:  QCTIMES
  • Legis leaders call for cooperation in first day:  GAZETTE
  • Is this the year for roads and bridges?  SCJOURNAL
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