News Briefing – March 14, 2014

  • 5pm today is deadline to place candidate names on 2014 primary ballot:  RADIO IOWA
  • Funnel ends hope for many 2014 bills:  GAZETTE
  • Report says Child Care Assistance program reform would help low-wage workers:  RADIO IOWA
  • High school grad rates grow in Iowa, dip for some corridor districts:  GAZETTE
  • Gronstal says House panel guilty of ‘stunning dereliction of duty’ on radon bill:  RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa university heads pitch performance-based funding ideas:  GAZETTE
  • House panel oks military crime report bill:  QCTIMES
  • Consultants:  Wellmark’s $1.3B reserves appropriate with ACA implementation:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa Speedway wax break bill advances:  QCTIMES
  • SAT exam changes set to take effect in 2016:  GAZETTE