News Briefing – June 19, 2013

  • Secretary Northey says Turkey could be a market for ag equipment:  RADIO IOWA
  • Wet spring may impact pheasant population:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa City passes what may be unique traffic surveillance law:  GAZETTE
  • Citizens group goads state environmental regulators:  WCFCOURIER
  • SC superintendent wants to keep school start time decision local:  RADIO IOWA
  • DOT says pond-building effort is working for turtles:  GAZETTE
  • King organizes anti-immigration reform event in DC:  RADIO IOWA
  • Would-be Iowa 1st District GOP candidate branded ‘compromiser’, ‘opportunist’:  GAZETTE
  • Interim ed director named:  QCTIMES
  • Transparency task force will discuss recommendations:  GAZETTE
  • State lawmakers and governor agree, county auditors can audit:  GAZETTE
  • DNR warns of swimmer’s itch in N. Iowa lake:  QCTIMES
  • State seeks to block subpoena for SC casino-related documents:  SCJOURNAL
  • VA awards nearly $24M to Iowa Veterans Home:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa seeks new strategy for women-owned businesses:  SCJOURNAL
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