News Briefing-Monday, June 11, 2012

  • Presidential politics: Iowa still up for grabs: QCTIMES
  • Vilsack says King should return his congressional pay hikes: RADIO IOWA
  • Post-flood Cedar Rapids taking shape with numerous projects: GAZETTE
  • UI fundraising tactics questioned: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Lockdown follows 2 brawls at Iowa prison: QCTIMES
  • Public hearing focuses on ‘epidemic’ of bullying: RADIO IOWA
  • Iowa governments top off salt supplies for winter: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Branstad to hit the road with weekly news conferences: GAZETTE
  • Mental health funding changes force county cuts: QCTIMES
  • Harkin to push for more federal funds for anti-bullying programs: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Supreme Court upholds MidAmerican’s wind expansion: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Branstad finalizes budget, possible DHS layoffs loom: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Branstad sees message to labor unions in election results: GLOBEGAZETTE
  • Commission decision should move casino process forward: SCJOURNAL