News Briefing-Monday, August 13, 2012

  • Election 12: Paul Ryan to campaign at State Fair: RADIO IOWA
  • Election 12: Obama, Romney on pace to visit Iowa more in 2012 than 4 years ago: QCTIMES
  • Iowa drinking water systems in dire need of work: GAZETTE
  • No Child Left Behind freeze stalls bigger problems for Iowa schools: SCJOURNAL
  • Diamond Jo-Worth among the state’s top performing casinos: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election 12: Iowans for Freedom relaunches, targeting Wiggins: RADIO IOWA
  • Election 12: Some say Iowa Senate control key to state’s future: GAZETTE
  • Election 12: Texas governor urges Iowans to back Romney-Ryan: RADIO IOWA
  • Drought’s hold on heartland makes river transportation challenging: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Attorney General will defend SOS in voter purge: RADIO IOWA
  • Human Society CEO speaks out against King: SCJOURNAL
  • State hopes to jump-start Iowa film industry: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election 12: King says he wasn’t serious about repealing all Obama-era laws: RADIO IOWA
  • State reporing change aimed at more precise bullying stats: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Election 12: King: Cool and calculated, he’s developed a national profile as a staunch conservative: SCJOURNAL
  • Election 12: Vilsack: Politics have always come naturally for the Iowa native, former first lady: SCJOURNAL
  • Voter fraud crusade is wasted effort: QCTIMES
  • Pro-life advocates call for end to taxpayer funding of ‘fetal abnormality’ abortions: SCJOURNAL
  • It’s time for fairness in collection of sales taxes: SCJOURNAL