News Briefing – May 30, 2014

  • New HIV transmission law makes Iowa model for nation:  GAZETTE
  • Study finds Iowa federal health care costs lower than Nebraska:  RADIOIOWA
  • State regulators hear from public on Greene County casino proposal:  RADIOIOWA
  • More resident financial aid recipients at ISU:  GAZETTE
  • Election ’14:  Braley main target of GOP candidates final TV forum:  RADIOIOWA
  • Mortgage foreclosure delinquency rates fall:  GAZETTE
  • Election ’14:  Outside groups help Ernst in GOP primary:  WCFCOURIER
  • AARP, Cedar Rapids residents push for age discrimination legislation:  GAZETTE
  • Iowa, Nebraska cities get EPA redevelopment grants:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election ’14:  Senate profile:  Schaben touts outsider role in campaign:  SCJOURNAL
  • Legislature continues trend of fewer bills:  GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election ’14:  Perry stumps for Branstad in Le Mars:  SCJOURNAL
  • Branstad to sign cannabis oil, HIV bills:  QCTIMES
  • QC will test vastly different medical marijuana laws: QCTIMES
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