News Briefing – March 26, 2015

  • Another statehouse stalemate, this one over start date:  RADIOIOWA
  • UI study finds distracted driving among teens more serious than thought: RADIOIOWA
  • Census shows more people moving to Cedar Rapids:  GAZETTE
  • Monitoring continues for bird flu that has shown up in other states:  RADIOIOWA
  • Board of Regents to consider interim president:  GAZETTE
  • House committee approves pair of eminent domain bills:  GAZETTE
  • AEA proposes 6.4% package increase:  WCFCOURIER
  • Senate approves ban on minors using tanning beds:  GAZETTE
  • Prison contractor seeking extra $18.1M lays blame elsewhere:  QCTIMES
  • Iowa lawmakers vary in how much contact info they post:  QCTIMES
  • Lawmaker sifting through ‘boatload’ of prison documents:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Study:  Sioux City hospitals add $246M to local economy:  SCJOURNAL
  • Caucus watch!  Former IRS chief in GOP race to be president:  SCJOURNAL
  • Lawmaker files bill for direct election of Iowa regents:  QCTIMES
  • School districts need decisions from Legislature:  SCJOURNAL
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