News Briefing-Monday, March 12, 2012

  • Pension costs put crimp in Iowa cities’ budgets: GAZETTE
  • Limited financing options for Cedar Rapids flood project: RADIO IOWA
  • Ag office chief quits; parole board head demoted: REGISTER
  • Number of Iowa problem gamblers low: REGISTER
  • Dispute continues over state money for universities: RADIO IOWA
  • UNI presents reality of Iowa’s universities: REGISTER
  • House approves bill that would waive some business fees: RADIO IOWA
  • Internet access eludes most older Iowans: GAZETTE
  • Lawmakers to pin down which bills live and die: QC TIMES
  • Lawmakers question if nuclear bill helps customers: QC TIMES
  • House expected to approve education changes: QC TIMES
  • Iowa chief justice wants specialized courts: QC TIMES
  • Iowa innovation fund faces increased scrutiny: SCJOURNAL
  • Council Bluffs, Cedar Rapids mayors back cameras: SCJOURNAL