News Briefing – March 31, 2015

  • Branstad confident anti-bullying bill will pass:  QCTIMES
  • Branstad defends tax incentives for Hy-Vee:  RADIOIOWA
  • School districts exploring propane as eco-friendly bus option:  GAZETTE
  • Hush:  Accreditor told AIB to stop public statements:  GAZETTE
  • Educators tout move away from letter grades:  GAZETTE
  • State geologist:  Frac sand mine small threat to water supply:  GAZETTE
  • Safety group:  Raise age for Iowa driver’s license to 17:  QCTIMES
  • Provide more tools to fight K2:  GAZETTE
  • STEM success praised by Branstad, Reynolds:  GAZETTE
  • House panel approves adoption leave benefits:  QCTIMES
  • Senate passes bill changing basis for strip searches:  QCTIMES