News Briefing-Monday, January 19, 2012

  • Tax, education, mental health reforms intertwined with budget dealings: QCTIMES
  • Ag protection bill backers also donors: REGISTER
  • Branstad seeks injunction to keep Workforce Development open: RADIO IOWA
  • Government openness stundy ranks Iowa 7th: REGISTER
  • Asian carp threaten Iowa Great Lakes: REGISTER
  • Primary match-ups set, congressional debate challenge issue: RADIO IOWA
  • Special tax has helped clean Missouri water: REGISTER
  • 2 Iowa nursing homes receive low federal rating: QC TIMES
  • Same-sex couples still flock to Iowa for marriage: GAZETTE
  • DNR deputy director looking at streamlining process, finding funding: GLOBEGAZETTE