News Briefing-Monday, April 2, 2012

  • Budget work, negotiations intensify as adjournment looms: QC TIMES
  • Iowa Legislature: Time short for deals on state budget, 3 big reforms: REGISTER
  • GOP lawmakers question tuition set aside: RADIO IOWA
  • Governor, students from UI, ISU, UNI rally tonight: RADIO IOWA
  • Road work spending in Iowa to push ’09 record: REGISTER
  • State unemployment rate drops again in February: RADIO IOWA
  • State treasury nets $3.4M slice of Mega Millions ticket profits: REGISTER
  • Mild winter means good times for some insects: QC TIMES
  • House budget-nothing to bluff about: OBRADOVICH
  • Fears of late frost keep farmers out of the fields: QCTIMES
  • Iowa corn farmers need nitrogen that’s polluting Gulf: GAZETTE
  • Paulsen: Regent universities more responsive: QC TIMES
  • Wetlands initiative tests the ability to clean up runoff water: GAZETTE
  • Legislators leaving mark on education reform: WCF COURIER
  • Loebsack would like to ban former Congress members from lobbying: GAZETTE
  • Increase in medical calls is changing fire departments: GAZETTE
  • Rising fuel prices haven’t slowed Midwest economy: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Paulsen says Iowa Legislature won’t raise fuel tax: SCJOURNAL
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