News Briefing – March 29, 2013

  • Parties finding some agreement at Iowa Statehouse:  GAZETTE
  • LGBTQ conference host responds to conservative group’s criticism:  RADIO IOWA
  • Ed reform, property tax relief still separate parties at statehouse:  WCFCOURIER
  • Anti-bullying law stalls in House:  GAZETTE
  • Eastern Iowa private colleges look to boost fundraising, enrollment:  GAZETTE
  • Survey:  Iowa farmland prices up 18 percent:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Joint high school enrollment at Iowa community colleges hits new high:  GAZETTE
  • Sen. Grassley leads new effort on GOP gun bill:  QCTIMES
  • Higher corn, soybean stockpiles send futures prices lower:  GAZETTE
  • 2 state elected officials back Braley’s Senate bid:  SCJOURNAL